State budgets are about more than taxing and spending; they also determine the state’s policy priorities and have major impacts on local economies and quality of life. That will be the case with Wisconsin’s 2019-21 state budget, which will be introduced by the Governor on February 28. How will the next state budget affect Greater Milwaukee’s economic, social, and public health? What are the policy decisions that will have the greatest bearing on the region’s citizens and businesses?
Join the Wisconsin Policy Forum at a Viewpoint Luncheon that will go beyond the line items to explore how the next state budget will impact citizens in metro Milwaukee.
We’ll begin by providing the Forum’s take on the Governor’s proposed budget. Then, we’ll hear from a panel of local leaders who will speak to the wide range of possible impacts for the state’s largest metro region:
Suzanne Kelley, President, Waukesha County Business Alliance
Mary Jo Meyers, Director, Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services
Mark Mone, Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Maxine White, Chief Judge, First Judicial District of Wisconsin
Moderated by Rob Henken, Wisconsin Policy Forum
Members: $40 | Non-members: $50
Table of 8: $400 | Table of 10: $500
(table purchasers receive special seating and recognition)
Registration is now closed. Any questions please email us at email@example.com.