Wisconsin is set to receive 50-million dollars a year for five years to replace lead pipes. The money comes from the federal infrastructure law passed last November. White House Infrastructure Coordinator Mitch Landrieu was in Milwaukee Wednesday. The city reportedly has replaced five-thousand lead laterals in the last five years. That leaves more than 61-thousand. When Wisconsin tested kids under the age of six for elevated lead levels in their blood two years ago more than 21-hundred were found. More than half were living in Milwaukee.