Walker Signs Budget Presidential Announcement This Afternoon
(Wisconsin Radio Network)-Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed a $72.5 billion state budget at a Waukesha factory on Sunday, saying “the taxpayers come first” in the two-year spending plan. “I’m proud to say that property taxes in December of 2016 will be lower for typical homeowner than they were in December of 2010,” Walker said. “Who else can say that in America? Walker will rely on his record as a tax adverse governor as he starts his presidential bid. He’s back in Waukesha this afternoon to officially announce his long-anticipated entry into an already crowded field of Republican presidential candidates. Walker touted the taxpayer-friendly aspect of the budget plan before signing on the factory floor at Valveworks USA, a firm which manufactures high pressure components used in mining machinery. To read more click here.