Monthly Archives: June 2012

Changing of the guard

We will greatly miss one of our researchers who is leaving for other opportunities. Kyle Christianson, who started with us more than three years ago, is joining the Wisconsin Counties Association. In his time here, he was a great colleague … Continue reading

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Income tax reform coming?

In April, we published two reports (The Wisconsin Taxpayer and Focus) on the state income tax identifying various issues and contradictions with Wisconsin’s state income tax. Now, a new Legislative Council study symposium has been created to study the state … Continue reading

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New school data surprise

Wisconsin’s K-12 public schools spent $11,364 per student in 2009-10, according to new figures from the U.S. Census Bureau. The Badger State spent 7.1% more than the U.S. average and ranked 17th nationally. These new spending figures are in line … Continue reading

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