Doyle Thinks Tax Credit Will Pass

Governor Scott Walker's $100 million property tax cut proposal won bipartisan

support in the Legislature's budget committee on Tuesday, easily clearing its first hurdle as it speeds through the process with the aim of reductions appearing on bills this December. Democratic State Representative, Steve Doyle maps out where the proposal goes next.

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Under current expectations, the property tax cut would lower the state's balance by $120 million in the current two year budget and add $180 million to the projected shortfall in the next budget, according to figures released by the Legislature's non partisan budget office Tuesday.

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