Gov. Scott Walker signs $100 million property tax cut into law

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: October 20, 2013 - 7:31 PM

MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a $100 million property tax cut.

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vlombardyOct. 20, 13 5:02 PM

Meanwhile, 75% of children in my school system qualify for federal food assistance. Walker is part of the problem, not the solution.

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jpcooperOct. 20, 13 7:23 PM

vlombardy "Meanwhile, 75% of children in my school system qualify for federal food assistance."

So do 75% of the children in Detroit! Move out of Milwaukee!

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NoPistnsOct. 20, 13 7:49 PM

Lets see, I get a property tax cut of $13, but my tax bill goes up $11? Seems like there's smoke and mirrors involved. A whole lot of hooey over $2/year.

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camb24Oct. 20, 13 7:55 PM

Walker seems to be doing great things in Wisconsin! He seems to be following thru with his promises. Wisconsin's budget seems to agree with him, as well! Nice work!

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cartoonconnOct. 20, 13 8:32 PM

Budget surplus, tax relief-he obviously knows something Dayton doesn't.

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ajnaguyOct. 20, 13 8:48 PM

Move out of Milwaukee! That's right, just take your magic fairy wands out and create yourselves a job with a living wage! Then you, too can live in the 'burbs, demand less taxes and more prisons, and stereotype every single poor person in the country as a lazy (insert ethnicity of your choice) freeloader! Just remember, kids, this magic only works if you keep your ears tightly plugged and eyes tightly shut!

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smbiznesownrOct. 20, 13 8:52 PM

Hey this is great, Walker has decimated the middle class, given the Kochs the keys to evicerate Wisconsin and given us a tax break of three cents per day!!! We're in the money now!

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luzhishenOct. 20, 13 9:00 PM

"Budget surplus, tax relief-he obviously knows something Dayton doesn't" - See how long the surplus lasts - remember Tim Pawlenty, the two-week presidential candidate?

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ishikawaOct. 20, 13 9:24 PM

It is a good start. Need cut more, but its probably best to blanket the cuts over time. The Feds just showed cutting 15% had essentially no impact. Need to cut more!! Walker gets it -and "it" is that nanny state government dependence is cruel.

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formergopOct. 20, 13 9:26 PM

What about property values? Are they going up or down? Wisconsin owes the State of Minnesota millions in income taxes. Why don't they pay us? Who else are they not paying? Why is did the middle class income tax go up, yet the one percenters got cuts. Why is the median income for the middle class dropping, along with benefits?

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