Gov. Evers unveiled his 2021-23 state budget last week with a budget address, which kicks off the budget process between the Governor and state legislature. Read more about Wisconsin’s state budget process here
The proposed $91 billion budget would increase state spending by 7.3 percent the first year and two percent the second year. It would limit the amount that manufacturers can claim for an existing tax credit to $300,000 a year. Republicans oppose the idea and rejected it in Evers’ last budget.
Additional coverage detailing specifics included in the Governor’s proposed budget are available here:
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