U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin and other Wisconsin Democrats visited Fort McCoy to tour facilities and be briefed on Afghan evacuee operations.
U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin and other Democrats spoke after touring Fort McCoy on Tuesday, Sept. 7.
Fort McCoy is nearing capacity of 13,000, while some Afghan refugees could leave soon, and mostly all are choosing to get vaccinated. U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin along with other Wisconsin Democrats visited Fort McCoy to tour facilities and be briefed on Afghan evacuee operations. She said there's no child brides at the fort, despite earlier reports.
The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill would send $1,400 checks to Americans, extend federal unemployment benefits, and help struggling industries.
Sen. Baldwin spoke with a group of volunteers who will be running a "Phone Bank For Biden."
The Wisconsin Democrat was tested amid an outbreak among other U.S. senators.
Ahead of the third night of the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, "Biden for President" hosts a "Wisconsin Women for Biden Pre-Program."
Tammy Baldwin spoke with FOX6 News days ahead of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's announcement for vice president -- the Wisconsin senator still appearing on a number of lists.
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MILWAUKEE -- The bulk of COVID-19 cases and deaths are being seen in the African-American community -- especially in Milwaukee County.Now, health officials say people will see more health department workers helping to stop the spread in some harder-hit communities over the coming weeks.
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