MADISON — In his 2023-25 biennial budget proposal, Gov. Tony Evers is proposing a $300 million investment to continue three successful grant programs previously funded by the federal American Rescue Plan Act to support local and regionally-based capital building projects. The governor is proposing continuing the successful Neighborhood Capital Investment Fund Grant Program to expand the state’s workforce by investing in local community development, housing, and neighborhood resources to help working families succeed, the Healthcare Infrastructure Capital Grant Program to expand access to healthcare in underserved communities, including rural communities across the state, and the Tourism Capital Investment Grant Program to support the continued incredible growth of Wisconsin’s travel and tourism industry.
In his 2023-25 Biennial Budget Message, delivered earlier this month, Gov. Evers highlighted these investments, along with a $200 million investment to continue the Workforce Innovation Grant Program, as key components to building a strong, successful workforce and supporting working families, uplifting communities, and continuing the state’s economic momentum:...
Ken Notes: Please remember all of this has to go through an Assembly that has different goals and objectives...
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