Saturday, July 10, 2010

A Few More Ideas for Gov. Walker

In New Jersey...

New Jersey could save $210 million annually by privatizing a wide array of functions now peformed by state employees, including turnpike toll collectors, psychiatric hospital workers and state park administrators,...

"Preschool classrooms would no longer be built at public expense, state employees would pay for parking and private vendors would dish out food, deliver health care and run education programs behind prison walls," according to the newspaper.

No reason Wisconsin can't do some of that, and more.

HT: WashExaminer

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