ICYMI: Commentary by state Rep. Greta Neubauer: We must Build Back Better

Oct 12, 2021


October 12, 2021

Contact: WisDems Communications (press@wisdems.org

ICYMI: Commentary by state Rep. Greta Neubauer: We must Build Back Better

MADISON, Wis. — This week, state Representative Greta Neubauer wrote in the Racine Journal Times calling on Congress to pass President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda. This latest endorsement of President Biden’s agenda comes just as polling from Quinnipiac, Morning Consult, ALG Research, and Future Majority show overwhelming and bipartisan support for the Build Back Better plan.

Read key excerpts from the full column — titled “We Must Build Back Better” — below:

  • “President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better infrastructure package is our opportunity to rebuild our state and rewrite our future. By investing in our human and physical infrastructure and in green technology, we can confront both climate change and the pandemic’s lasting impacts together. When we Build Back Better, we set Wisconsinites up for success with good paying, family supporting jobs.”
  • “Every family in Wisconsin deserves to be able to trust the water coming from their pipes and have access to the digital economy. That is why Building Back Better replaces 100% of lead pipes in our community and expands high-speed internet to 100% of the state. President Biden is fighting so that everyone has the opportunity for academic and economic success, no matter where they live.”
  • “Building Back Better and investing in these areas now means we will be a safer, healthier, and more enjoyable place to live, a place where our kids and grandkids want to stay. It means investing in our state and in our future through the best opportunity in a generation to turn the tide against climate change and help working Wisconsinites build better lives after the pandemic.”
  • “We need our federal legislators to stand up for Wisconsin’s future. Our leaders can and must ensure that everyone can recover from the pandemic and be resilient in the face of climate change.”

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