Assembly plans votes on use of $1 billion surplus, constitutional amendment on taxing; More state briefs
The Wisconsin Assembly is scheduled to vote today on three bills to spend most of the projected $1 billion surplus in the current state budget.
Majority Republicans in the lower house are expected to pass Gov. Scott Walker's $504 million plan to cut property and income taxes despite reservations in the Senate.
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