Walker calls for changes to child tax credit, adding sales tax holiday

Gov. Scott Walker today called for changes to his proposed child tax credit that would make it a one-time rebate for parents and add a sales tax holiday that would apply to all Wisconsinites.
The $100 credit per child would apply to all families regardless of income with the checks expected to go out in July. Meanwhile, the one-time sales tax holiday would be the first weekend of August and apply to most purchases of $100 or less.
The revision, part of an agreement with Assembly GOP leaders, would cost $172 million. That includes $122 million for the per-child credit and an estimated $50 milli...

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