Senator expresses concern about upcoming stimulus talks

Wisconsin U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin hopes a number of her proposals get included in upcoming talks about another stimulus package for the country. The Senate returned to Capitol Hill on Monday with hopes of passing new legislation further addressing the challenges brought on by the coronavirus. Baldwin was hopeful a second stimulus bill would be on the other side of the pandemic’s “first wave,” something she says is not the case.

The Democratic Senator says her COVID-19 Every Worker Protection Act and Jobs for Economic Recovery Act could help protect front-line workers from contracting the virus and help the unemployed make ends meet.


You can find our story on this topic with fellow Wisconsin U.S. Senator Ron Johnson by clicking here.

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