Updates: Tax Cut Vetoed, Voter Purge Ruling Struck Down

By Frederica Freyberg | Here & Now

February 28, 2020

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A Republican tax cut plan that passed both houses of the legislature was vetoed by Gov. Evers this week. The bill intended to use state surplus dollars to lower-income and business taxes while bringing down the debt. The Wisconsin Court of Appeals struck down the ruling to remove 232,000 names from the voter rolls and reversed the writ of mandamus against the state election commissioners.

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