Assembly GOP leaders to seek $300 million tax cut paired with revenue boost for transportation

A day after the release of new positive revenue projections, Assembly GOP leaders called Thursday for a $300 million tax cut as part of a plan to meet Gov. Scott Walker's demands before pumping new revenues into the transportation fund.
Still, details were still being worked out on the proposed tax cut and how it would be coupled with savings and changes at DOT. Majority Leader Jim Steineke, R-Kaukauna, said the proposed $300 million in tax cuts, for example, have not been identified.
But he said it was an important step to get the caucus on board with a plan to meet the guv's demand that any ...

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