The largest recipients are the Verona Area School District, at $450,000, and the Madison Metropolitan School District, at just over $454,000.
On Thursday Democratic Gov. Tony Evers again shut down efforts by legislative Republicans to gain control over federal stimulus funds, over which the governor has sole discretion.
The governor also announced $420 million in grants to an estimated 84,000 small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Madison Metropolitan School District will receive about $71 million.
Gov. Tony Evers controls most of how federal stimulus aid is spent in the state.
In total, the latest federal stimulus provides $250 million for veterans homes across the country.
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I think I’ve found another American politician as pigheaded and shortsighted as our Gov. Scott Walker. She’s the mayor of Troy, Mich. -- Janice Daniels.
It is part of $1.2 billion in federal stimulus grants for broadband announced Wednesday; 126 projects in 38 states will be completed over the next three years.
The $2.8 million grant was one of 17 statewide made to agency partners in the $34 million program, which will put a total of at least 4,000 people into fully subsidized jobs for up to six months with public and private employers in the two-year program
In the last year, the federal Recovery Act has infused $2 billion - or about $369 per person - into the pockets of Wisconsin citizens, including $155 million in Dane County, according to an analysis by the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families.
An up to $810 million project to establish high-speed passenger rail service between Madison and Milwaukee cleared its final obstacle Tuesday as the Legislature's budget committee signed off on the project.
Passenger trains could be shuttling between the state's two largest cities by early 2013 after a massive federal investment that could create 13,000 jobs.
Higher ed news roundup: UW-Madison awarded stimulus funds; Prop prompts alert at UW-Stevens Point; Town hall meeting on UW-Madison grad school; MATC board to set tax levy.
A passenger rail line between Madison and Milwaukee will cost more than $50 million above what state officials were estimating in July, Gov. J…