A great many people have been riled about a great many things in the proposed 2015-17 Wisconsin state budget and Price County is no exception. That fact was made clear by several resolutions authored to underline budgetary concerns at last week’s meeting of the Price County Board of Supervisors.
Despite the long list of over two dozen resolutions, the supervisors elected to vote on each resolution individually before sending the documents on.
Health and Human Services presented their priority number one to support retaining the existing model of Family Care. The idea of dropping the community care and placing both physically and mentally disabled individuals under a statewide insurance umbrella had many worried.