We hear from a state representative about changes that he and his Republican colleagues want to make to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed state budget. Then, we check in with the Department of Children and Families secretary about her agency’s state budget requests and other issues.
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How Republicans Legislators Might Tweak The Governor's Budget
Gov. Tony Evers has proposed an ambitious budget that calls for a significant hike in school funding, a partial rollback of Act 10, and the legalization of recreational marijuana. We hear from the co-chair of the Legislature’s finance committee to learn how Republicans might tweak the spending plan.
What's Included In The Governor's Child Welfare And Child Care Budget Proposals
In the new state budget, Gov. Tony Evers hopes to allocate more than $53 million a year to the child care industry and to increase funding for child welfare services. We learn how the Department of Children and Families would spend that money to help struggling families and protect children.
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