We hear from the leader of the Democrats in the State Assembly on issues like redistricting and surplus tax revenue. Then, we check in with the head of the state Department of Administration to learn how the state is spending federal money designated for pandemic support.
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Democratic Assembly Leader On Issues Ranging From Extra Tax Revenue And Election Audits To Redistricting
Surging COVID-19 infection rates, an election audit, wolf hunts and more than $300 million in extra tax revenue are some of the issues lawmakers in the Capitol are discussing these days. We talk with Democratic minority leader of the state Assembly Rep. Gordon Hintz about them and more.
How Wisconsin Is Spending Federal Coronavirus Dollars
Wisconsin has received billions of dollars in federal funding aimed at supporting the state through the coronavirus pandemic. A top ranking official from Gov. Tony Evers’ administration discusses how that money is being distributed.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Steven Potter Producer
- Joe Tarr Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Gordon Hintz Guest
- Joel Brennan Guest
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