Florida Senator Rick Scott revealed an 11 point tax plan that would increase taxes for 52 percent of Wisconsin small businesses.
Gov. Evers’s Wisconsin Tomorrow Main Street Bounceback Program, which first launched last year, provided small businesses and nonprofits in Wisconsin with grants and storefront space as part of the state’s initiative to drive local business growth in the wake of a pandemic-battered economy.
The Wisconsin economy is quickly recovering from the COVID19 pandemic, and is doing better than before on key measures like poverty.
Since President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) in March of 2021, Wisconsin has been given between $2.5 and $3 billion in public funding, and government institutions are busy determining how to spend said funds.
In total, a study by Professors Vladimir Mukharlyamov and Natasha Sarin found that consumers lost roughly $3 billion on net annually because of the Durbin Amendment.
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for Wisconsin shows how much progress has been made in the state in 2022 so far to recover the labor market to pre-pandemic levels.
On May 23rd, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers announced the creation of the Meat and Poultry Supply Chain Resiliency Grant Program, investing a much needed $10 million in the state’s meat processors.
Wisconsin higher education enrollment rates are currently declining faster than the national average.
A study from Gusto, a human resources firm, found that 49 percent of people who started a new business in 2020 were women.
In order to help residents deal with rising living costs following the pandemic, Gov. Evers has outlined a plan to provide a $150 surplus refund to every Wisconsinite, thanks to an unexpectedly high budget surplus for this coming fiscal year.