GOP: extra money won’t negate budget cuts to education, public employees


The state of Wisconsin will have an extra $636-million to work with in the next two-year budget thanks to an upturn in the economy and increased income tax collections.As Shawn Johnson reports, Republican leaders say they’ll use the money to pay down debt, not to offset cuts to state workers or schools.

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