In addition to using an executive order to set up a nonpartisan redistricting commission, Gov. Evers last week also unveiled a plan to tackle Wisconsin’s farm crisis. His solution: use a “three-pronged approach” to reinvest in the state’s farms. In his state of the state address last week, Gov. Evers asked the Republican-controlled legislature to take up a $8.5 million package of eights bills “aimed at addressing the state’s struggling agriculture industry.”
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