The Senate has unveiled a new deal on a $550 billion infrastructure deal. We talk about what it would cover and what’s expected as lawmakers begin to debate it. We also hear about research into PFAS chemicals being done in the Rhinelander area.
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Senate Unveils Infrastructure Deal, And Now Debate Begins
After weeks of anticipation, a group of senators has unveiled a roughly $1 trillion, 2,700 page piece of legislation aimed at improving U.S. infrastructure. Now, the full chamber is debating the bill, with the hopes of passing it by the end of the week. A policy expert explains.
Forever Chemicals In Rhinelander, And Subsurface Contamination Mapping
Across Wisconsin PFAS and other dangerous “forever chemicals” are gaining more attention as they’re being detected in public and private water sources. We talk with the Rhinelander major about the situation there, as well as a project manager who’s helping them better understand their problem.
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