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In public attitudes about taxes and spending, Wisconsin is Jekyll and Hyde

For all the talk-show chatter about cutting government spending and holding the line on taxes in Wisconsin, do state policymakers or the people they represent really want to bite the bullet?

Based on what happened last week in the Wisconsin Assembly, and what is likely to happen this week in the state Senate, the answer is a tepid "maybe."

Perhaps ambivalence in the Capitol accur......

Full article >>> igh, but they rarely agree on where to make sufficient cuts to hold the line on taxes. Sure, "cutting bureaucracy" is a favorite answer, but there's not much bureaucracy left to be cut these days - at either the state or local levels.

In state government, 90 percent of all general fund spending is focused on services to individuals (such as Medicaid), K-12 public education, higher educati......

Full article >>> it comes to doing something drastic to reduce taxes, they're not so sure they want to live with the consequences.

Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison.



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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 05/02/06


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