State Sen. Janet Bewley

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Op Ed: Tax Credit Results In Fewer Jobs
Op Ed

Tax Credit Results In Fewer Jobs

GOP gives $300 million tax credit to manufacturers, who trimmed 4,000 jobs in 2016.

Op Ed: Voters Deserve Say on Voucher Schools
Op Ed

Voters Deserve Say on Voucher Schools

Bill requires local referendums on any district's funding of choice schools.

A Proud Legacy to Build On
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A Proud Legacy to Build On

Our priority must be Wisconsin’s roads, schools and jobs.

A Drop In The Bucket
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A Drop In The Bucket

And There’s A Hole In The Bucket

State Of The State Isn’t Found In Madison Speech
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State Of The State Isn’t Found In Madison Speech

"Instead of a vision for our future, we were treated to an incomplete, and in many ways unconvincing, defense of the status quo."

Bewley Announces Bill to Increase Local Road Aids
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Bewley Announces Bill to Increase Local Road Aids

“What’s more important – a handful of millionaires or 100,000 miles of local roads?”

Wisconsin GOP Plan?  Tax Giveaways For Not Creating Jobs?
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Wisconsin GOP Plan? Tax Giveaways For Not Creating Jobs?

It’s time to stop picking working taxpayers’ pockets for this entitlement for the already entitled.

Republicans’ Plan: Tax Breaks For Millionaires and Tax Increases For Local Property Owners
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Republicans’ Plan: Tax Breaks For Millionaires and Tax Increases For Local Property Owners

“Is this really the Senate Republicans’ plan?”

More For Millionaires, Less For Our Schools
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More For Millionaires, Less For Our Schools

“My Republican colleagues’ budget priorities are out of whack.”

Manufacturers Tax Credit
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Manufacturers Tax Credit

Republican’s Economic Development Plan = 2/3 Fewer New Jobs

GOP Shortchanges 854,000 Students to Benefit Voucher Operators
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GOP Shortchanges 854,000 Students to Benefit Voucher Operators

Bewley noted that even including categorical aids, public schools will likely see virtually no biennial increase compared to the recession-era budget of 2009-10.