On February 3, Governor Walker releases his executive budget for the 2015-2017 biennium. The Governor’s office has released some of the broad strokes already — a $300 million cut and more autonomy for the University of Wisconsin, drug testing for welfare recipients, more borrowing to fund road construction. But, there’s plenty more detail coming out with the formal release. The Wisconsin Council on Children and Families has been tracking state budgets since 1881. Tamarine Cornelius serves as a research analyst for WCCF, and she joins us in the studio with a preview.