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Capitol Notes: It Remains To Be Seen What A GOP-Crafted Tax Cut Would Look Like In Wisconsin

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Maayan Silver
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WUWM
Marti Mikkelson and JR Ross discuss the week in Wisconsin politics in "Capitol Notes."

The Republican-controlled Joint Committee on Finance has removed nearly 400 policy items from Democratic Gov. Tony Evers proposed biennial budget. The removed policies included expansion of Medicaid, plus hot-button issues such as marijuana legalization and a repeal of Act 10 — former Gov. Scott Walker’s bill that essentially gutted public unions in Wisconsin. The GOP says it will now craft a budget of its own and Republican leaders have indicated their version may include a tax cut.

In this week’s Capitol Notes, JR Ross of wispolitics.com says it will be a while before a potential tax cut takes shape.

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