ICYMI: More than 200 Organizations, Businesses, Elected Officials, and Medical Professionals Support Safer at Home Efforts
MADISON — On April 23, 2020, more than 200 businesses, city, county, and tribal government officials, medical professionals, and organizations representing everything from labor and educators to religious entities, to civil rights, to veterans affairs, signed a letter of support for Wisconsin’s Safer at Home efforts.
“Without Safer at Home, our first responders would be at higher risk, we would endanger vulnerable Wisconsinites and, in the end, slow down our economic recovery,” the groups wrote. “Safer at Home is right for Wisconsin, its communities, businesses, and workers.”
This letter was sent to the Office of the Governor and both houses of the Wisconsin State Legislature and is available here.
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