TUE PM Update: Fitzgerald calls on Assembly GOP to offer ‘palatable’ budget plan; Steineke rejects Senate transpo proposal as non-starter

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-- Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald today 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 Repu...

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