WPR’s Capitol bureau chief details what top Republican lawmakers are envisioning for the new session in January, including how to handle the state’s projected budget surplus. Then, we learn how a federal grant is working to address Wisconsin’s child care crisis.
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Political eyes turn to state budget surplus, supreme court spring election
Less than three weeks after the midterm election, Wisconsin’s Republican leaders and Democratic governor disagree on how to use the state’s projected $6.6-billion budget surplus. And many in both parties are focused on the Wisconsin Supreme Court election next spring. WPR’s Shawn Johnson joins us.
DCF Secretary talks Wisconsin's child care shortage
The U.S. Department of Labor granted Wisconsin $15 million to help address the state’s childcare crisis. We speak with the head of the Department of Children and Families to learn more about how the money will be spent.
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