You may think that our state government needs the treasurer as an official financial office but, in Wisconsin, the state treasurer simply does not manage financial duties as these have been delegated to other agencies.
They are losing ground to the minority party because they are not doing what they promised they would do once they were elected. Now they expect to get re-elected because they have lost their spine much like the state party is doing right now, especially when it comes to the school safety issue.
The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the CREATES Act could save the federal government alone upwards of $3.3 billion over the next decade from programs like Medicare and Medicaid. Savings to consumers and private insurance carriers are expected to be even greater.