The state of Wisconsin once again has billions of dollars in the bank at the end of the year.
Governor Ever’s office yesterday said the state ended fiscal year 2023 with a seven billion-dollar surplus. The surplus at the end of fiscal year 2022 was just four billion-dollars. The governor’s office says Wisconsin also has one point-eight billion in its rainy day fund. Republican lawmakers say the huge budget surplus is a result of their fiscal policies. The governor says the Surplus shows that there is money available to spend on the state’s needs.