Walker’s signature success, Act 10, is, for many, the defining win of his two terms. But it was just the beginning of a long list of limited-government reforms the likes of which Wisconsin had never seen.
Governor Scott Walker’s State of the State address listed several major priorities: welfare reform, a child tax credit, foster care reform, and more money for public schools.These will likely pass in some manner. But there are also a number of bills which will expand freedom, opportunity, and liberty in the state.
Kevin Binversie, writing for the Weekly Standard, says there is concern that the Club for Growth controversy in the Republican primary battle in the U.S. Senate race could be a foreshadowing of a return of the bitter primary fight from 2012 in Wisconsin.
We’re now eleven days since the previous fiscal budget ended and it looks like the budget stalemate will continue. All sides are holding to their positions on whether or not to raise taxes and fees to fund transportation.