Evers, GOP leaders at odds over middle-class tax cut

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Gov. Tony Evers says he doesn’t think he could sign the GOP's version of a middle-class income tax cut because Republicans had failed to provide a path to pay for it in future years.
GOP leaders, meanwhile, said the version Evers and Dem lawmakers unveiled was a "non-starter" with them, as the two sides remained deeply divided over their shared goal of cutting taxes for the middle class.
Evers Tuesday called his version of the middle-class tax cut "far superior," saying the proposal from GOP lawmakers would take money that he said is needed to pay for other priorities. It would cut taxes by $8...

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