Wisconsin COVID-19 Relief Legislation, Act 185 Becomes Law

On April 15, 2020, Governor Evers signed the bipartisan bill (Act 185) relating to the state government response and enacting certain provisions implemented in previously issued emergency orders. The legislation, received near unanimous support in both houses of legislature. Several of the provisions focus on easing burdens imposed on healthcare providers and accessing federal funding recently made available.

Key updates relate to healthcare regulatory, healthcare insurance, unemployment, K-12 education, food and personal care return provisions, and property tax.

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