Gov. Evers Vetoes Tax Cut for the Middle-Class

Gov. Evers Vetoes Tax Cut for the Middle-Class

Gov. Evers Vetoes Tax Cut for the Middle-Class

Last Friday, Governor Evers vetoed for the third time bills that would cut middle-class taxes, expand the married couple tax credit, and give retirees an incentive to stay in Wisconsin rather than leave the state. The Republican- majority state legislature passed the bills last month in part, as an effort to deal with the nearly four billion surplus of taxpayer monies accumulated over the last several years.

Putting more money in middle-class families’ pockets, incentivizing marriage, and giving tax-relief to retirees, all ultimately help Wisconsin’s families. Strong and independent families, led by strong marriages, and bolstered by strong extended families make for a strong and prosperous Wisconsin. That should be the goal of every one of our elected officials.

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