WED AM Update: Evers calls for nearly $1.3 billion in new spending, shared revenue boost

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-- Dem Gov. Tony Evers used his fifth State of the State address to call for $1.3 billion in new spending on top priorities, along with a boost in shared revenue that could near $500 million more a year.

GOP legislative leaders warned the guv's proposals could drive the state into debt in the long-term despite an estimated budget surplus of almost $7 billion.

"Well, it's great that the governor recognizes how good our economy is doing," said Senate M...

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