Walker administration projects $2.1 billion in new GPR through mid-2021

The outgoing Walker administration delivered Gov.-elect Tony Evers a dose of good news for his first budget with the state expected to have new revenues of $2.1 billion through mid-2021.
Still, that was tempered somewhat by agency budget requests that outstrip expected revenue growth by nearly $1.1 billion.
That means Evers will either have to pare back agency spending requests or find revenue uppers to make his first budget balance.
Evers' transition spokeswoman Carrie Lynch in a statement Tuesday pointed out it's not unusual for agency budget requests to exceed projected revenue. She added E...

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