Fitzgerald says Assembly GOP K-12 plan a non-starter

Speaker Robin Vos vowed today his caucus would not rubber stamp Scott Walker's budget, while the guv and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald dismissed the Assembly GOP's K-12 proposal as a non-starter.
Backed by members of his caucus, Vos touted the $580 million Assembly GOP plan as a fairer approach than Walker's proposal. The Rochester Republican said it would put more money into the classroom than the guv's plan. The speaker also claimed it would result in a property tax bill in 2018 that's lower than the ones sent out in December as well as those mailed to homeowners in 2010 before Rep...

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