Kapanke Not Happy With Findings

State Senator Dan Kapanke was not to happy to learn that the Legislative Audit Bureau discovered $45.3 million in additional losses to the current state budget. The losses are the result of two accounting maneuvers by the former administration.

The Lacrosse native says the Doyle administration lapsed funds from cashless accounts into the state’s General Fund and Doyle administration authorized expenditures made during the 2009-2010 fiscal year, but charged them to 2010-2011 fiscal year accounts in order to give the illusion of a balanced budget.

He says at a time when our state is already $3 billion dollars in the hole, it’s disparaging to say the least to find out this troubling information and that the people of Wisconsin deserve better financial record keeping than this.

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