White House Briefing Room

Statement by President Biden on 5G Agreement

"I want to thank Verizon and AT&T for agreeing to delay 5G deployment around key airports and to continue working with the Department of Transportation on safe 5G deployment at this limited set of locations."


Milwaukee Courier: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is a Boon for Wisconsin’s Piping Trades

Thanks to President Biden and Democrats passing the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Wisconsin will receive billions of federal dollars to invest in the state’s roads and bridges, deliver high-speed internet to every neighborhood in the state, and ensure that clean drinking water is a right in all Wisconsin homes.


 

Events

January Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 6:30 - Zoom Connection Starts 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  Jan 19, 2022

February Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  Feb 16, 2022

March Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  Mar 16, 2022

April Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  Apr 20, 2022

May Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  May 18, 2022

June Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  Jun 15, 2022

July Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  Jul 20, 2022

August Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  Aug 17, 2022

September Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  Sep 21, 2022

October Dems' Meeting
6:00 - Social Hour 7:00 - Meeting Begins
.  ·  Oct 19, 2022

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Protect Wisconsin from PFAS

"Protecting the quality of food we eat, air we breathe and water we drink should be a top priority. It’s what we need to survive."


Baldwin Works to Deliver $225 Million to Rebuild Wisconsin Bridges

Wisconsin has nearly 1,000 bridges rated in “poor” condition according to Department of Transportation


Rep. Ron Kind Announces Historic Investment in Bridges through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

"Rep. Ron Kind is highlighting the first round of investments in repairing Wisconsin bridges through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Wisconsin is set to receive $45 million to improve the condition of bridges across the state, with a total of $225 million in funding to be delivered over the next five years."

 

 

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