Badger, Gopher states bicker over tax payment
Wisconsin is a month-and-a-half late in paying $58 million to Minnesota. It's the final payment under an income-tax reciprocity agreement that former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty canceled in 2009.
It allowed residents who live in one state and work in the other to file just one income tax return in their home state. And the state which lost money in the arrangement was always paid later by the other one.