This $300 a week in enhanced benefits has been a lifeline for many left jobless by COVID-19, but it has become the source of a hot partisan debate.
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Nusaiba Mizan covers business and economic trends for USA TODAY NETWORK – Wisconsin. She graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and moved to Wisconsin in 2019. Contact her at 920-370-2847 or email@example.com; follow her on Twitter at @nusaiblah.
‘It’s all or nothing’: A small pay bump can cut benefits for Wisconsin workers
A 25-cent raise threatens loss of needed benefits for some low-income families, making it hard to get ahead.
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Northeast Wisconsin’s critical shortage of affordable housing has deep roots and no easy fixes. Here’s why.
There’s a dearth of more than 119,000 rental housing units in Wisconsin. Northeast Wisconsin is no exception to that shortage.