Wisconsin Democrats aren’t sure if they will support a plan to cut taxes for middle class families in the state.
Democratic state Representative Tip McGuire from Kenosha yesterday said the two-point one billion-dollar tax cut for middle class families could leave the state short. Wisconsin has a three billion-dollar budget surplus, and another billion-plus in its rainy day fund. Governor Evers said he hasn’t seen the specifics of the plan, and isn’t promising anything. The two-point-one billion-dollar tax cut is the third tax cut that Republican lawmakers have tried to pass. The governor has scuttled the others, calling them tax cuts for the rich.