State Reports Additional $2.4 Billion in Revenue

On Wednesday, the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau announced Wisconsin will end the fiscal year with an additional $2.4 billion in revenue, more than DOA’s November estimate of $2.1 billion. The increase is due to Republican reforms, responsible budgeting and less spending at state agencies.

This means, Gov. Evers is inheriting one of the best budget scenarios in more than a decade. Careful budgeting by Republicans in the past has created $2.4 billion in new revenues all while reducing taxes, making record investments in K-12 education and maintaining the largest rainy day fund in state history.

It is important that we continue to focus on responsible budgeting to fund our priorities and address the issues important to our communities. I look forward to working with the administration to ensure your tax dollars are used wisely in the next budget.

In-District Office Hours

Friday, February 1, I will hold in-district office hours at the Oak Creek Public Library. Details are included below. 

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