Investing in local police, the wolf population, and a jewelry maker from Ukraine
Governor Tony Evers announced a $50 million investment in the state’s criminal justice system yesterday, including about $270 thousand for Wausau and Marathon County. Then, the Oneida County Board passed a resolution during yesterday’s meeting to express support for maintaining the state’s wolf population at 350 animals. Next, Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos is meeting with advocates for decertifying President Joe Biden’s win in Wisconsin. Finally, a Ukrainian in Ironwood is making jewelry to support the people fleeing her hometown.