Across-the-board tax cuts mean bigger savings for highest earners
Under Donald Trump's tax plan, "the top 0.1 percent of taxpayers -- people earning multiple millions of dollars a year, on average -- would get more tax relief than the bottom 60 percent of taxpayers combined."
— PolitiFact Wisconsin
You've felt the potholes
"71% of WI’s roads are in poor or mediocre condition and 14% of WI’s bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete."
Not quite an open and shut claim
A "voucher school that closed after 9 days this year collected $5.4 million in taxpayer subsidies since first opening."
Number far overstates the case, but it’s one way to look at it
The 2011-13 state budget "cuts overall funding for public schools by $1.6 billion"
A few examples in her area, but it's far from common
Says many local governments in Wisconsin already require employees to pay 20 percent, 30 percent or even 40 percent of their health insurance premiums.
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