Wisconsin's budget picture improved by nearly $2.9 billion with a revised forecast released Tuesday driven by higher-than-expected tax collections that will force the Republican-controlled Legislature to decide whether to spend the surplus, save it or put it toward tax cuts.Read More »
Gov. Tony Evers said Thursday that he hasn't met with Republican legislative leaders to discuss his $91 billion state budget proposal because he's listening to what the people of Wisconsin want and that GOP lawmakers should do the same.Read More »
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos called on the state's business community to "step up" and return workers to offices around the Fourth of July, joining Wednesday with the state Senate's top Republican in praising the state's coronavirus vaccination efforts.Read More »
Wisconsin's State Senate move forward on Tuesday with a revised COVID-19 relief bill in attempt at reaching a compromise with Gov. Tony Evers and shielding businesses from lawsuits over their handling of the virus.
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Republicans who control the Wisconsin Senate won't take up any COVID-19 relief measures before January, the incoming majority leader said Wednesday, even though Assembly Republicans have said they're open to coming in this month and Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has urged swift action before federal money runs out.Read More »