Fitzgerald says Senate near deals on juvenile justice, school safety

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said this morning his caucus has agreed to do the guv's $100 per-child tax credit with the sales tax holiday the Assembly added and was working out final details on a deal on the juvenile justice overhaul and school safety measures.
Senate Republicans had balked at doing the sales tax holiday as part of the guv's tax credit due to the more than $50 million price tag on top of the more than $122 million for the credit, which was a central piece of Gov. Scott Walker's State of the State address in January. Fitzgerald said the sales tax holiday would be par...

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