Dems look at changing school funding
Almost every Democrat in the Wisconsin Legislature signed a resolution last year calling for changes in the way we pay for public schools.
And now that the party controls all of state government, those Democrats must now decide how far they want to go.
Rep. Corey Mason, D-Racine, says the answers will come after Gov. Jim Doyle proposes his next state budget in February.
That budget is already $5 billion in the red without new spending cuts or tax and fee hikes.