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Evers Wants to Increase Income Taxes by Over $1 Billion
Overall, Gov. Evers’ budget would increase taxes by a billion dollars over the next two years. He would decrease taxes by $536.2 million in other areas. Fees would go up $17.16 million. Evers also believes he can squeeze another $78.03 million through “enhanced tax collections.”  Read More Evers Wants to Increase Income Taxes by Over $1 Billion
WEC Introduced Dem Operative to Local Elections Officials
WATCH - The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) knew about the Facebook-funded Democrat operative Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein in August 2020. In fact, WEC administrator Meagan Wolfe actually emailed officials in Green Bay, Madison, Kenosha, and Racine that they should get in touch with him.  Read More WEC Introduced Dem Operative to Local Elections Officials
Walls Closing in on Green Bay’s Election Mystery Man
Republican lawmakers seem to have the City of Green Bay cornered on its relationship with Dem political operative Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein. Whether Rubenstein was an employee, contractor, or observer is an unresolved question – but regardless of the answer, laws would have been broken.  Read More Walls Closing in on Green Bay’s Election Mystery Man
The Supreme Court (Finally) Stands up for Good Governance
Dan O’Donnell breaks down the Supreme Court’s opinion ending Governor Evers’ public health emergencies and notes that the dissent was nearly as significant as the opinion itself.   April 2, 2021 Perspective by Dan O’Donnell   It took a while after oral arguments in November(!), but this week’s decision by the Wisconsin Supreme Court was …
State Supreme Court Ends Evers’ Never-Ending Emergency Orders
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that Governor Evers overstepped his authority to issue multiple COVID-19 emergency orders without the consent of the State Legislature.   Read More State Supreme Court Ends Evers’ Never-Ending Emergency Orders
How To Spend Another Round Of Massive Federal COVID-19 Aid?
While all the details are not yet final, we are starting to hear from Governor Tony Evers and members of the Legislature about how they would spend the billions of dollars in new federal aid.  Read More How To Spend Another Round Of Massive Federal COVID-19 Aid?
Governor Presents Buyer’s Remorse Budget
Senator Chris Kapenga talks fiscal responsibility in light of a historic big spending budget proposed by Governor Evers.  Read More Governor Presents Buyer’s Remorse Budget
Evers’ Budget Proposal Rolls Back Key Welfare Reforms
March 26, 2021 By Ola Lisowski   Gov. Tony Evers’ 2021-23 state budget proposal will scale back some of former-Gov. Scott Walker’s most impactful welfare reforms. After decades of bipartisan consensus that receiving government benefits should come with some modest requirements of beneficiaries to perform a basic job search or attain further training, Evers’ budget …