Walker says it’s ‘reasonable’ to eliminate manufacturing and ag credit overlap

Gov. Scott Walker says his budget proposal to eliminate a manufacturing and ag tax credit overlap is "reasonable."
The overlap has resulted in a Wisconsin credit for taxes paid to other states, and addressing that is expected to increase tax revenues by $9.7 million in each year of the budget.
Walker said his move to eliminate the overlap wouldn't create a double taxation situation for claimants that receive income from other states, adding the credit still "does what we ultimately intended."
"The bottom line is we want to make for our two largest industries, manufacturing and agriculture in t...

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