Lawmakers reintroduce bill to close ‘dark store loophole’


Lawmakers have re-introduced their plan to close the so-called “dark store loophole.’’
The bill, which began circulating for co-sponsors yesterday, comes a couple of weeks after Gov. Tony Evers pledged his budget will include a provision -- as well as a “small amount of money” -- to address the issue.
The language in the legislation, from lead Republican authors Rep. Rob Brooks and Sen. Duey Stroebel, combines the two bills from last session into one and includes some clarifications and “minor word tweaks,” Brooks told
The legislation aims to prevent stores from basing their...

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