Governor Walker issues executive order for hurricane help

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(WKOW) – Governor Scott Walker issued an executive order to help people in Hurricane Michael’s path.

It allows the Wisconsin National Guard to be called to active duty, directs agencies to help the Department of Military Affairs and allows state employees who are Red Cross volunteers to take leave to provide aid.

“Wisconsin stands ready to help those affected by Hurricane Michael,” Governor Walker said. “I thank the men and women of the Wisconsin National Guard for stepping up once again.”

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