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21
Mar
2020

sba-ofcGovernor is encouraging business owners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to reach out to SBA’s partners and offices with their questions to help the loan application process go as smoothly as possible.

Written by GOV Press Wisconsin   
 
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20
Mar
2020

marcys-law-ad-wiQuestion on Apr 7 ballot, innocuously seeking expansion of crime victims’ rights, masks an amendment twice as long as the Bill of Rights that will alter protections at the foundation of our criminal justice system, says Senator Fred Risser.

Written by Fred Risser, State Senator District 26   
 
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20
Mar
2020

froedtert-hospitalEvers taking whatever steps he can to ensure adequate supply. As of today, the state has received only a small allocation of facemasks, gloves, gowns and other protective items from the federal government.

Written by GOV Press Wisconsin   
 
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20
Mar
2020

trump-covid-natl-emergTwo months of inaction pass, then mixed messages from Trump confuse the public response.

Written by The Hill Press   
 
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18
Mar
2020

gb-city-hallResidents will not be allowed to conduct business in person at City Hall after March 17, 2020 at 4:30 pm due to the COVID-19 crisis. Please access services either by phone or via the internet.

Written by Green Bay Mayor's Office Press   
 
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18
Mar
2020

flood-wi-fieldSen. Smith talks about the importance of emergency preparedness to protect communities from natural disasters or public health emergencies, specifically, the Flood Prevention & Resilience Plan targeted toward flood prevention and relief.

Written by Jeff Smith, State Senator District 31   
 
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