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Gov. Tony Evers Pushes for Compromise on School Funding

Gov. Tony Evers vetoes Republican tax cut, pushes for compromise on school funding

But it rivaled Evers’ own calls for directing the funds toward bolstering K-12 education – an alternative he touted in his veto message, saying officials can both invest in schools and reduce the tax burden.

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