Unfortunately, conservative voters may not notice this for a few months.
jsonline: The typical homeowner's property taxes would rise by $29 in each of the next new report from the Legislature's nonpartisan budget office.
Republicans can be trusted with taxpayer money…? A media created myth. You won't believe this...
Senate President Mike Ellis of Neenah, one of the Republican lawmakers who has been most concerned about the potential shortfall in the budget, said he could live with the projected level in the current bill. That would not account for any inflation in state spending programs such as schools or health care for the needy. "It's OK," Ellis said of the projected gap.
Rep. Jon Richards (D-Milwaukee), a member of the Joint Finance Committee who opposes the GOP budget, said"Only in Republican fantasyland is it a good idea to turn a...surplus into a...deficit by blowing it on tax cuts for the rich. Here's to hoping clearer, more moderate minds prevail when the full Legislature amends and votes on the budget in the coming weeks," Richards said in a statement. In all, the Fiscal Bureau identified about 90 policy items not relating to state finances.