Wisconsin Changes Help Budgets

By | June 5, 2012

Wisconsin voters have been inundated with political information the past month. But if you have a friend in Wisconsin who is not quite sure how to vote, even at this late date, this short interview may persuade them. Steve Malanga with the Manhattan Institute* explains in just a few minutes why this vote is so important, not just to Wisconsinites but to municipalities in America.

This vote is important to the unions who don’t want the citizens to see that the changes Walker has instituted have worked. Even Walker’s opponent, as mayor of Milwaukee used the reforms to balance his city’s budget. If Walker survives this recall it will be seen as a way to manage budgets across the country.

*For full disclosure, the Manhattan Institute receives some funding from the Koch Brothers.

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