State Capitol Report: State revenue update, Spinal cord injury grants

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We’re two-thirds of the way through tax season. Wisconsin’s revenue secretary discusses filings, the budget surplus and the outlook for budget-writing season. Then, we explore a new bill with bipartisan support that focuses on grants for spinal cord injury research.

Featured in this Show

  • State Department of Revenue leader talks tax collections and surplus

    Wisconsin is expected to have a $7 billion surplus heading into its next state budget. We talk with the secretary of the Department of Revenue about the surplus, upcoming tax season and how people can find out if they have unclaimed money.

  • State bill seeks to fund spinal cord injury research

    State lawmakers are considering a bill directing the Department of Health Services to award grants for spinal cord injury research. The legislation would also create a Spinal Cord Injury Council, including injured individuals as members. A Republican lawmaker who authored the Assembly bill joins us.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Joel Patenaude Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Peter Barca Guest
  • Paul Tittl Guest

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