Vos says it’s ‘too early to tell’ if Legislature will try to override Evers’ tax-cut veto

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says it's "too early to tell" if the Legislature will attempt to override Gov. Tony Evers' veto of the GOP middle-class tax cut plan.
Instead, the Rochester Republican said he's planning to wait until the plan gains enough public support in order consider challenging the guv's decision. Evers yesterday vetoed the bill, writing in his veto message the legislation failed to provide a way to pay for the reduction and the proposal should be considered in the upcoming state budget.
Vos acknowledged it would take Dem support to get the override through the Legislature, as ...

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