Should the Wisconsin Legislature have left Madison this week without passing a COVID-19 relief bill?
Craig Weis selected No, negotiations still need to take place.
Covid-19-20-21-??? is airborne on water vapor. Just like the Spanish Flu of 1918, all humans will be exposed to the mutating virus that exasperates existing health concerns? With a better tan 90% recovery rate, do we really care if we contract Corona? Not saying it's not deadly. Saying it will not be defeated without 100+% vaccinations, twice per person, per entire population and that appears to be not possible. Maybe in 20 years, at birth into perpetuity.
Anonymous selected No, negotiations still need to take place.
They should work for they're constituents. What have they done for us this year???
Anonymous selected Yes, relief is needed now.
Not only is a relief bill needed but attention to the pandemic in general.
Per a posting on WBAY Action 2 News titled "Who will qualify for the next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations? State panel makes recommendations"
it is beyond words that as of 1/13/2021 comments on recommendations are being taken for phase 1b of the COVID-19 vaccine why is this just now being addressed? Let alone that they will be accepting comments for a week and then how long will it take to go through the comments and make a decision?
The State of Wisconsin in ranked 4th WORST in the Midwest in distribution of the COVID-19 vaccination...why?
The rest of the Country is already opening mass vaccination administration venues and Wisconsin hasn't even made a decision on who they may or may not vaccinate in the next phase. Totally unacceptable!
Gene Gilbertson selected No, negotiations still need to take place.
All the current members of our legislature have totally failed to listen to the people of the state. Most of them are the failure republications.
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