Wisconsin's Governor says a projected budget shortfall
is no big deal.
Governor Scott Walker's office released numbers.
showing tax collections came in two percent less than
what was expected.
That means current estimates for next year's budget
is 115-million dollars in the red.
Walker expects the economy to grow next year.
to help the state's budget.
It's a fraction of the overall state budget and we've
already made adjustments going forward and we're hopeful
as we go into the next year, revenue's will continue
to grow as the economy continues to grow.
Democrats are using these numbers for political gain.
saying it shows Walker's policies are failing.
The governor is keeping his focus on jobs.
saying he'll unveil a new program after Labor Day.