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Evers to Sign Plan to Keep Milwaukee Brewers, Major League Baseball in Wisconsin Through 2050 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by GOV Press Wisconsin   
Tuesday, 14 November 2023 17:46

BrewersPlan saves thousands of family-supporting jobs while ensuring a new generation of Wisconsinites can grow up cheering for the home team.


MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers today announced he will sign a bipartisan plan passed today by the Wisconsin State Legislature to keep the Milwaukee Brewers and Major League Baseball in Wisconsin through 2050. 

tony-evers“This is a great day for Wisconsin. For decades, the Brewers have been a cherished part of our state’s heritage and an essential part of Milwaukee’s and our state’s economic success. And after months of hard work, I’m proud to say we’re going to be keeping the Brewers in Milwaukee, supporting thousands of family-supporting jobs—including union jobs—and ensuring a new generation of Wisconsinites can grow up cheering for the home team just like countless others before them,” said Gov. Evers. “As a lifelong Brewers fan, I always believed that we could work together to find common ground and build bipartisan support to keep this team and critical economic driver right here in Wisconsin, and today, that’s exactly what we did.”

Assembly Bills 438 and 439, respectively, will first need to be enrolled before being presented to the governor. Once a bill has been presented by the respective body of the Wisconsin State Legislature, the governor has six days, excluding Sundays, to take action on a bill.

 
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