State Budget Talks Hit Impasse

State budget talks have hit an impasse in the Wisconsin Legislature. Republicans who control the Senate and Assembly are at odds over how much to spend on K-12 schools, how to pay for roads and whether to cut property taxes as much as Gov. Scott Walker wants. The Legislature’s budget-writing committee has no meetings scheduled and Senate Republican leaders are openly talking about passing their own separate two-year spending plan.

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