Shared Revenue

Gov. Tony Evers signed the bill into law on Tuesday, June 20. Phil Rocco breaks it all down.
ESSAY from Marquette professor Phil Rocco.
The stagnation in Wisconsin’s shared revenue program is so significant because the state has historically not given local governments access to the same…
AUDIO: County Executive David Crowley breaks down the Milwaukee sales tax and referendum debate, favors 'enabling legislation'Listen now (6 mins) | Excerpt from the county executive's appearance on the "Bird on a Wire" podcast series, answering questions on the shared revenue…
The latest from Phil Rocco's series breaking down the shared revenue overhaul working its way through the Capitol in Madison.
And how does it compare to Gov. Evers’ proposal?
After a dizzying day at the Capitol in Madison, we're breaking down where things stand with this incredibly important bill and assessing what's next.
PODCAST: Breaking down Wisconsin's big shared revenue reform billListen now (49 mins) | It's a whole lot more than just a simple funding increase. And there's a whole lot happening as the sausage gets made. Dan Shafer…
There are huge differences between the two plans for cities, villages and towns across Wisconsin.
The Republican bill sends a far smaller amount of money to local governments and has a far greater number of restrictions, mandates, prohibitions, and…
Spoiler: It's not great for Milwaukee.