TUE PM Update: Republicans dismiss Evers, Underly call for school funding as election year ploy

Exclusively for WisPolitics Subscribers From WisPolitics.com ... -- Gov. Tony Evers and state Superintendent Jill Underly today called for a nearly $2 billion increase in funding for public schools as they laid down the first big chunk of DPI's budget plan if the guv is reelected. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, was quick to dismiss the proposal as an election-year ploy, while GOP guv candidate Tim Michels called it just more "money and more bureaucracy." The biggest ticket items in the package included a call to increase revenue limits by $350 per pupil in 2023-24 and $65...

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