Gov. Evers signs biennial budget with some partial vetoes, funding for affordable housing and transportation
Governor's officicials said the state also made one of its largest investments in workforce housing, infrastructure, agriculture and tax relief for working families.
Evers' two-year state budget included proposals for electric vehicle infrastructure, a clean energy economy and green job training.
Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed $3.8 billion capital budget for the next two years is a heady package indeed and would mark an historic investment package in Wisconsin’s infrastructure needs – much of it going to the University of Wisconsin System.
Gov. Tony Evers' budget proposals included bridge and road repairs through the state's $7.1 billion surplus.
Democratic Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers released his 2023-25 budget to the Republican-controlled Legislature on Wednesday. He detailed plans to boost school funding and cut taxes, but Republicans have promised to scrap most of Evers' ideas and start from scratch, as they have in the last two budget cycles.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers was set to release his 2023-25 executive budget to the Legislature Wednesday evening.
The state budget proposal that Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers plans to unveil Wednesday will include tax cuts for the middle class, a plan to keep the Milwaukee Brewers in their stadium until at least 2043, higher spending for public schools, and a new way to fund local governments.
Gov. Tony Evers laid out his vision for the next state budget in his State of the State address and — as expected — it was immediately panned by Republican legislators. Now the hard work begins.
Wisconsin's projected state budget surplus is forecast to reach $7.1 billion by July, up more than half a billion dollars from the previous estimate just two months ago, the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau reported Wednesday.
Five state agencies made budget requests for construction-related projects in a Legislative Fiscal Bureau report.
Wisconsin Republicans finished their work on the state budget Wednesday, moving the $87 billion spending plan through the Senate and on to Gov. Tony Evers.
Wisconsin Republicans moved a step closer toward finishing their work on their $87 billion state budget Tuesday, pushing the spending plan through the Assembly and on to the Senate.
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