Calls increase for Evers to sign coronavirus protection law for Wisconsin businesses
Added 02-25-21 08:23:02pm EST - “The pressure is growing for Gov. Tony Evers to quickly sign new coronavirus liability protections for businesses, schools, and non-profits in Wisconsin.” - Washingtonexaminer.com
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The pressure is growing for Gov. Tony Evers to quickly sign new coronavirus liability protections for businesses, schools, and non-profits in Wisconsin.
The State Assembly unanimously approved a package on Tuesday that both fast tracks the plan to update the Department of Workforce Development, and protects businesses and others from coronavirus related lawsuits.
The governor has said he will sign the unemployment update proposal. He’s not publicly committed to signing the coronavirus protections.
Eric Bott, state director for Americans for Prosperity in Wisconsin, on Wednesday said the governor needs to put pen to paper quickly.
“By ensuring businesses, nonprofits, schools and universities, and other entities have the certainty they need to innovate and remain open safely — without fear of frivolous lawsuits — we can help Wisconsin get back on track and recover stronger,” Bott said. “Now’s time for Governor Evers to follow the Legislature’s leadership and sign this pivotal reform into law.”
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