Wis. Gov. Outlines $800M Tax Cut Plan

Law360, New York (January 23, 2014, 3:11 PM EST) -- Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker proposed more than $800 million in property, income and withholding tax cuts in his State of the State address on Wednesday, saying the deep cuts are instrumental in his “Blueprint for Prosperity.”

Walker's blueprint seeks to put more cash in taxpayers' hands and also grow the state's rainy day fund by reducing property taxes by more than $406 million, income taxes by nearly $100 million and state income withholding taxes by $322.6 million, he said.

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