Listening sessions to highlight biennial state budget

Participants must register in advance for sessions

MADISON, Wis. (WKBT) – A series of budget listening sessions will give people across Wisconsin the chance to share their thoughts on next year’s biennial budget.

Tuesday’s session, which starts at six p.m. will focus on health care and public health.

The session will start with a large group meeting where Governor Tony Evers and Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes will discuss the budget.

Participants will then move into small groups where they have conversations about the budget.

Details about Tuesday’s session as well as future listening sessions is available on Governor Evers webpage.

Anyone planning to take part must register before the session starts.