Wisconsin’s state superintendent gives low grades to the Republican candidate for governor, whose plan for struggling schools is to give them even less support while speaking out against “wokeness.”
Republican lawmakers are not likely to end their 10-month paid break while sitting on a $5 billion surplus.
From the Bucks president to the Palermo’s CEO, a diverse range of business leaders pleads for action from Evers and legislators.
Gov. Evers proposes checks and education, Republicans want to wait until 2023, but a research group suggests local governments should benefit.
Reps. Greta Neubauer and Kalan Haywood say the state is going in a positive direction, but they want to make sure everyone is along for the ride.
Gov. Tony Evers released a plan to give each Wisconsin resident a $150 tax rebate and put $750 million toward education, but Republicans in the Legislature rejected his proposal.
Governor reluctantly signs a budget that uses the state's surplus on tax cuts rather than education and infrastructure.
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