WISCONSIN — The Wisconsin State Assembly will hold a session Tuesday to discuss a coronavirus response bill.
- Coronavirus in Wisconsin: Live Updates From Across the State
- We're Open: These Restaurants Are Still Offering Carryout And Delivery
- FULL COVERAGE: Coronavirus News And Resources You Can Use
According to Speaker Robin Vos and Majority Leader Jim Steineke, Tuesday's session will involve a vote on the bill.
The bill would eliminate the one-week hold on unemployment benefits and would allow the state to get more money from the federal government.
"While tomorrow's extraordinary session will certainly be a first, we anticipate a day of bipartisan action to help hard-working Wisconsin families and businesses," wrote Vos and Steineke in a statement.
The Wisconsin State Assembly session will take place at 1 p.m. Tuesday.