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Lt. Gov. Kleefisch, Sec. Chandler
Wed March 5, 2014
Tax Reform Roundtable In Rhinelander Friday
".....we know we want to lower the overall tax burden. What we don't know what that looks like to you. In your house, in your small business, in your family, in your community. Rather than us guessing we're asking people...."
She says they've heard about income and property taxes. She says at several other roundtables, they asked whether the public wants more tax credits or deductions or long term rate reductions...
"....dollars to doughnuts, every time, far more people, and when I say far more, I mean nearly everyone in the room raises their hand to support long term rate reduction...."
The roundtable is at Nicolet College Northwoods Center Room 208 Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. The public is invited but are asked to pre-register with the Lieutenant Governor's office or email her at ltgov@ wisconsin. gov