Larson Proposes Reversing Recycling Cuts
Measure would restore $26 million to state recycling fund.
State Sen. Chris Larson is pushing legislation that would reverse cuts made to the state's recycling program.
Larson and state Rep. Mark Pocan have introduced the Recycling Fund Restoration Act, which would reinstate the $26 million that was cut from the recycling fund in the state budget, according to a news release.
"This bill will encourage responsible long-term management of waste in Wisconsin, and the benefits from this effort will be felt for generations," Larson said.
Click here to view a copy of the Recycling Fund Restoration Act.