TUE PM Update: Evers calls for using surplus to help consumers, businesses; GOP leaders urge caution on spending

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-- Dem Gov. Tony Evers today called for using the projected $3.8 billion surplus the state now expects through mid-2023 to help Wisconsinites struggling with costs at the checkout line and businesses facing supply chain issues.
But GOP legislative leaders urged caution, saying the boost to the state's bottom line was driven by one-time federal stimulus funds and should be largely reserved until the next budget -- when they're hoping to have a Republican in the East Wing.
Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu, R-Oostburg, told ...

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