Homelessness Bill Passed the Senate with Bipartisan Support

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Homelessness Bill Passed the Senate with Bipartisan Support

By Marisa Wojcik | Here & Now

January 24, 2020

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Homelessness legislation in the state Senate is set to provide a total of $1 million to homeless shelters in Wisconsin. Despite bipartisan support, lawmakers on the Senate floor debated for two hours before passing the bill. Here & Now reporter Marisa Wojcik breaks down both sides of the aisle and where they stand now. Plus an update on Impeachment affairs at the Nation's capital.


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