JFC co-chairs applaud Kooyenga for offering transpo plan

The JFC co-chairs also applauded Rep. Dale Kooyenga, R-Brookfield, for putting forward a transportation plan, and Nygren said he was disappointed in the guv’s response.
Over the weekend, Walker knocked the proposal as a gas tax hike. It would lower the excise tax, add the state sales tax to fuel and pare back minimum markup.
Nygren said Walker was “somewhat complimentary” at first, but his language became more aggressive in the following days.
“We’ve got to put ideas on the table for us to consider them,” Nygren said. “I give Dale a lot of credit for having the guts to put something out there ...

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