Anticipating bump in revenue, legislators consider tax cuts, education spending
Shawn Johnson, Wisconsin Public Radio
New revenue estimates show the state government will have $912 million dollars more in the bank than previously projected, and already state leaders are weighing in on what to do with the money.
The nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau says a boost in tax collection will leave the state with a balance of close to a billion dollars by June of next year.
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