Rupblican-controlled State Senate set to pass budget that raises property taxes, creates $500 million structural deficit

So much for Republicans being “fiscally responsible.”

The Senate plans to send Gov. Scott Walker a state budget Thursday that would cut income taxes by an average of $150, raise property taxes by $29 on the typical home, reject a key element of ObamaCare and allow voucher schools in all corners of Wisconsin.

And let’s not forget that the budget Republicans in the State Senate are poised to approve would also leave our state with a $500 million structural budget deficit in 2015.

Yeah, those Republicans sure are a bunch of big fat hypocrites.

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2 thoughts on “Rupblican-controlled State Senate set to pass budget that raises property taxes, creates $500 million structural deficit

  1. Yet all the Leader Telegram reports is a $650 tax cut and a Republican Senator balking at the Voucher Program “entitlement.”

  2. Don’t worry, we’ll start talking about the 500 million dollar deficit when a Democrat gets into the Governor office. Because. You know. Democrats even by being elected into office does that.

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