A report from the federal government says Wisconsin hasn’t invested in its infrastructure in decades. The White House report was issued Monday as the Biden administration tries to build support for a $2.3 trillion program to upgrade the nation’s roads and bridges. Like most states, Wisconsin was given a grade of “C.” Eight states were given grades of “D,” and eight more weren’t graded. No state received an “A” or “B” – and no state failed. Researchers estimate Wisconsin drivers pay an extra 500-dollars-a-year in car repairs due to road conditions.