Governor Tony Evers’ sweeping budget proposal is most certainly dead on arrival, but he is not holding back.
The governor last night, as expected, proposed a raft of new spending and the legalization of marijuana. But he stunned lawmakers by not only proposing new tax increases, but also the elimination of Act 10 and Wisconsin’s Right to Work law.
The governor wants to raise taxes by at least a billion-dollars. Governor Tony Evers ended his state budget address last night, with a challenge to legislators
We’ll show you different sides so you can decide and Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said the governor’s budget shows Governor Evers isn’t serious about governing and is only serious about politics.