MADISON, Wis. (WSAW) - The “Mill Bill” is headed to Gov. Tony Evers to sign after passing the Senate this week. The bill would use federal COVID-19 relief dollars to provide loans for a timber collective to purchase two pulp mills in Wisconsin that have closed over the last year.
The bill passed 63-35 in the Assembly and 20-12 in the Senate.
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