May 12 @ 11:30 am 1:30 pm

Democrat Gov. Tony Evers’ two-year state budget, boosted by a projected $7 billion surplus, is making its way through the Republican-controlled Joint Finance Committee. The full Legislature is due to send a revised spending plan back to Evers near the end of June.

Already Republicans have nixed more than 500 items from the Evers budget, including money for maintenance of the Brewers’ ballpark, and unveiled a big plan to revamp the state money that goes to local governments for police, fire and a variety of services. This shared revenue plan also contains local tax options so Milwaukee County and city can tackle looming pension problems.

How will the shared revenue plan fare, what will be the replacement for the governor’s Brewers plan and what other items will impact metro Milwaukee in the next two years?

Hear from two Milwaukee-area legislators on the Joint Finance Committee to explore those and other questions at a Friday May 12 luncheon at the Zilber School of Public Health just west of Fiserv Forum.


REP. EVAN GOYKE, D-Milwaukee

Time 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Location UW-Milwaukee School of Public Health, 1240 N. 10th St., Room 590 Milwaukee.

Parking There are many paid parking options in the vicinity (use SpotHero to reserve in advance). We recommend the Brewery Garage , just steps away from the Zilber School of Public Health. The Brewery Garage is located at 1213 N. 9th Street.

Cost General admission = $15
UWM staff and faculty = $5
Students = Free


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