Wisconsin residents can expect to see bigger paychecks thanks to a plan by Republican lawmakers to cut income taxes.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said the cuts would be at $300 million to $350 million over two years.
"I hope that's a low end of the number," Vos said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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In the past few weeks, Gov. Scott Walker and GOP lawmakers have trumpeted their support of lower income taxes, but the announcement by Vos provided the first details of the plan.
Vos said the Badger State can afford to cut taxes, as well as provide more funding for schools and Medicaid programs.
Earlier this week, Walker said on the WISN-TV show "UpFront with Mike Gousha" that middle-class families will save about $200 annually when the tax cuts are enacted.
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