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--A collection of insider opinion--
(Sep. 2 - Sep. 8, 2017)
Education: Gov. Scott Walker made K-12 education the centerpiece of this budget when he announced plans for an additional $649 million into school aids. And though some Republicans first grumbled at the size of the commitment, the proposal largely clears the Joint Finance Committee. Lawmakers shave off about $10 million of what Walker wanted to spend and created some breathing room for low-spending districts to raise revenue over the next few years. But, like Walk...