A new report puts Wisconsin on "shaky" financial ground. The state's deficit is really higher than what the Governor's office has been projecting — $2.2 billion at the end of the last fiscal year — according to a report by the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance . Alliance President Todd Berry says recent budgets haven't dealt with the state's underlying financial trouble. The state, says Berry, has been running accounting deficits for years. "They've been getting worse, because we haven't been coming to grips with the financial problems we had in the late nineties and early part of this decade," says Berry.
(story from John Colbert, WIBA )