Jake Curtis and Will Flanders

The Federalist

When Scott Walker was sworn in as Wisconsin’s 45th governor in January 2011, the state’s economic performance during the previous eight years had been dismal, and the outlook was worse. Wisconsin was facing a more than $3 billion deficit, segregated funds were treated like piggy banks, the unemployment rate hovered around 8 percent, and the tax burden (in particular Wisconsin’s draconian property tax) was suffocating residents.

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