Skip to comments.Wisconsin budget surplus projected to grow to $484 million
Posted on 01/24/2013 8:37:43 PM PST by george76
Wisconsin's budget picture brightened Thursday, with new estimates that show a surplus will grow to $484 million, giving Republicans and Gov. Scott Walker even more room to pursue their tax cutting agenda.
The estimate from the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau was nearly $137 million better than one Walker's administration released in November.
In 2011, Walker took office facing a roughly $3 billion budget shortfall and
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And the dramatic reality of this will not imprint itself on any liberal state or the Feds....
The treason of governmental over-spending is not that painful to stop.
Why can’t/won’t Tom Corbett do that for Pennsyltucky?!
I’m more surprised that the AP (administration propaganda) made this article..
Good thing the unions and liberals were able to re-call Walker of this would never have happened.
Wait. Guess they didn’t recall Walker.
Maybe some of Walker’s success will trickle down to Illinois.
Well, they can start fully funding their pension now, making them nearly the only state to do so...if they can do that.
When hell freezes over..
The spirit of Chainsaw Al lives!
scotty bauer fell on the ice and hit his head?
Sounds like it is time to do away with the state tax.
Is this the state that B-slapped the union thugs?
Even in a grudgingly pro-Walker article, the AP still has to throw these lies in there. What were the "deep" cuts? How "deep" were they? More AP BS.
On hearing this news Sharpton said, “That’s racist!”
Porky Trumpka said, “It’s unconstitutional!” and the GOPe called Walker a dangerous extermist ten minutes before the White House did.
However, maybe some other states surrounding Illinois will do it.
Then Illinois will be its only little, broke island.
Too bad the rest of the state, which I understand is a bit conservative, can’t just push Chicago into Lake Michigan and start over.
I see spending will be increasing 8.5% in Minnesota way more than the rate of inflation and somehow we have to raise taxes.
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