‘UpFront’: Steineke knocks Senate GOP for ‘borrow and spend’ approach to transportation


Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke on Sunday's "UpFront with Mike Gousha" slammed Senate Republicans for shooting down Assembly GOP proposals to raise revenues for transportation while simultaneously backing an additional $850 million in borrowing for roads.
A group of five GOP senators said Friday they wouldn't support a new fee on heavy trucks proposed by GOP Rep. Amy Loudenbeck, likely killing a plan that had been discussed by the guv and Republican leadership.
The five senators -- Dave Craig, of West Bend; Steve Nass, of Whitewater; Chris Kapenga, of Delafield; Frank Lasee, of De Pere; ...

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