Assembly Republicans' plan for a middle-class tax cut would be paid for out of an expected $588 million surplus.
But a spokeswoman for Gov. Tony Evers said the plan unveiled Thursday "falls short" of what he proposed because it would use one-time funds.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said while his caucus was focused on finding "common ground," Republicans won't agree to Evers' call to cap the manufacturing and agricultural credit to pay for his version of a middle-class income tax cut.
"We want to give that money back to the taxpayers," said Vos, R-Rochester. "That's why there is no need to raise...