Foresters push back on Walker’s property tax cut plans

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Gov. Walker’s budget aggressively pushes to eliminate the state’s portion of property taxes, and one way it does so is by cutting the forestry mill tax – which cost the average homeowner $26 in 2016 – and fund its programs from the general fund instead. But his proposal is meeting resistance from forestry groups across the state. > Wisconsin Public Radio

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