MON PM Update: Walker backs tweaked Assembly GOP plan to pump aid into low-revenue school districts

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-- Gov. Scott Walker today threw his support behind a plan from JFC Co-chair John Nygren to help low-revenue school districts after vetoing a similar provision from the state budget.
The legislation also would boost sparsity aid $6.4 million.
Still, fellow JFC Co-chair Alberta Darling, R-River Hills, said she wanted to see new revenue projections -- expected later this month -- before commiting to the plan.
Today's bill makes a significant tweak to the budget provision from Assembly Republicans that Walker vetoed: No district where voters have rejected a referendum r...

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