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Senate Republicans vote to override Tony Evers' budget vetoes on tax cuts, school spending

  • Republicans in Wisconsin are planning to vote to override three of Governor Tony Evers' vetoes, including one that aimed to secure school funding increases for the next 400 years.
  • While Republicans have enough votes in the Senate to override the vetoes, they lack the necessary majority in the Assembly.
  • The proposed votes seek to undo partial vetoes made by Governor Evers in July, including one that eliminated a $3.5 billion income tax cut and another that aimed to ensure a long-term school funding increase.
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