Scott Walker's Budget Freezes Local Aid

Paring income taxes for the middle class and keeping property taxes frozen, Gov. Scott Walker unveiled a two-year $68 billion budget that would not increase state aid to local governments and provide only a modest hike to public schools, instead funneling tax dollars into public universities, private voucher schools and upkeep of the state's health programs.
February 21, 2013

Paring income taxes for the middle class and keeping property taxes frozen, Gov. Scott Walker unveiled a two-year $68 billion budget that would not increase state aid to local governments and provide only a modest hike to public schools, instead funneling tax dollars into public universities, private voucher schools and upkeep of the state's health programs.

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