Governor Scott Walker appeared on MSNBC's Morning Joe today to discuss a two-year $66 billion budget that he signed into law Sunday. According to reports, the budget will cut nearly $800 million from public schools, but is expected to generate a $300 million surplus in two years. It appears, as PSI contributor Christian Schneider recently wrote in City Journal, that his reforms are working in Wisconsin.
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