Government and Political Roundup: Lawmakers proposing school districts no longer needing approval to raise taxes for security equipment
Two central Wisconsin lawmakers are proposing a bill in which school districts would no longer need voter approval to raise taxes for security equipment. Assembly Democrat Amy Sue Vruwink of Milladore and Senate Democrat Julie Lassa of Stevens Point are proposing that schools be allowed to raise their state-mandated revenue limits for security equipment. The increase would be 100-dollars a student or 40-thousand-dollars - whichever is the most.
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