Articles by Corrinne Hess

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During the second round of the federal Paycheck Protection Program, nearly 30,000 Wisconsin business owners received $1.67 billion as of May 1, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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Surveys by WMEP and Marquette University show manufacturing industry across Wisconsin has been hit by COVID-19.
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President Donald Trump has ordered meat processing plants to open amid growing concerns about meat shortages and despite thousands of workers at meatpacking plants across the country, including in Wisconsin, becoming ill due to outbreaks of COVID-19.
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State Democrats will hold their convention virtually this year due to COVID-19.
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Milwaukee’s five community health centers are offering COVID-19 testing and care for people who don’t have a regular doctor, including the uninsured and homeless.
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Restaurant owners statewide have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. As many as 50 percent may be unable to reopen depending on how long businesses remain closed.
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Starting on April 27, Wisconsin's small businesses can apply for the second round of the Paycheck Protection Program from federal officials.
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The Working Families Party of Wisconsin is working with cities across the state to pass SafeVote, a program to send absentee ballot applications to voters before November.
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Some Wisconsin law enforcement officials say the Evers administration's stay-at-home strategy is overreaching.
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Several meat processing plants across the United States have closed, raising concerns about the future of meat production during the COVID-19 pandemic.