GOP leaders still at odds after Senate Republicans release budget proposal

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald Tuesday challenged Assembly Republicans to come up with something "palatable" that his caucus could support after unveiling a plan that would repeal the personal property tax, wipe out the guv's income tax cuts and raise income limits for the statewide voucher program.
But Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke, R-Kaukauna, called the Senate plan a non-starter because it also called for $712 million in new borrowing for roads over the next two years. Steineke said he had hoped Senate Republicans would produce something that moved closer to the Assembly GO...

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