July 10, 2019
Just before we all left work to celebrate the nation’s birthday, Gov. Tony Evers used his powerful veto pen to make significant changes to the 2019-21 budget passed by the GOP-controlled Legislature. He vetoed out common-sense work and drug testing requirements for welfare programs, despite the strong economy. But surprisingly, Evers left alone the GOP’s $500 million-plus tax cut. For more on the budget and the vetoes, visit maciverinstitute.com.
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