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In Wisconsin, Radical Proposal to Amend U.S. Constitution is Introduced
Go to www.constitutionaldefenders.org for more information about the dangerous and misguided effort to alter the U.S. Constitution that is being considered by the Wisconsin legislature.
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Budget Cuts and Teacher Shortages: With Fewer Resources, Schools Struggle to Find Teachers
Wisconsin students attend schools that invest significantly less resources per student than they did a decade ago. School spending in Wisconsin declined in recent years, in contrast to the national trend of increasing resources for schools. Most school spending consists of employee salaries and benefits, and Wisconsin school districts have reduced both.
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A Wisconsin Budget for All: How We Can Invest to Help Wisconsin Communities Thrive
For too long, we’ve all been told that there’s not enough money in the budget to help our communities thrive. That is not true.

Recent Publications

Test your Knowledge of Taxes and Spending in Wisconsin
October 17, 2017
Middle of the Pack: Wisconsin Government Revenue is Similar to that of Other States
October 17, 2017
Wisconsin is close to average in most measures of revenue and spending among the states, according to new figures from the Census Bureau.
A Summary of the Final 2017-19 Budget for Health Care
September 27, 2017
The 2017-19 budget bill signed by the Governor contains a number of new requirements for participation in public assistance programs. However, relative to Governor Walker’s previous budgets, the health care portion of the latest budget bill makes relatively modest changes in health care funding and policy. Although the bill contains a few significant changes in BadgerCare and Medicaid policy, it is possible that much more substantial changes will be debated later this session if Congress approves proposals that could radically transform Medicaid.
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