Conservation Congress in proposed budget at risk ??
As to the stewardship fund, we may have to trim it but suspend it for ten years,no. It is a question of what you value. And you could look through the budget and other proposals to evaluate that. That however,becomes a purely political discursion best left for another venue.
Earlier drafts of the budget disbanded the Conservation Congress.
Are earlier drafts of the budget in minutes of the budget meetings ? Who is involved in drafting additions to the budget ? Who exactly added these items to the budget ?
Do secretaries have no input into drastic changes to their departments ??
If the Conservation Congress being disbanded was discussed by those making the budget, why is there no public data about it ? Is the governor's office exempt from open records laws ? Are budget deliberations a matter of public record ?
I do not care for one party or the other. I am interested in the decision making process itself.
edit: that issue may be different because it falls into the Wisconsin constitution, access to public waters
A little self control. Plus, I would think there will be provisions for "must do" scenarios