WED PM Update: Walker’s budget plan calls for $592 million in tax, fee cuts

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-- Gov. Scott Walker today called for a big boost in education funding, $592 million in tax and fee cuts, and a series of conservative priorities as part of a budget he said was the result of "common sense reforms" and "wise fiscal management."
Some GOP lawmakers have already expressed reservations about the $649 million Walker wants to pump into K-12 education and his $140 million plan for the UW System, which includes cutting tuition 5 percent for in-state undergrads in the 2018-19 school year.
Still, Walker's plan includes s...

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