State lawmakers Tuesday are batting around a plan by Gov. Walker to cut property taxes by $100 million.
The Common Council has voted to continue requiring city workers to live in Milwaukee.
Milwaukee’s mayor says it’s almost as if the state budget goes out of its way to harm the city.
Gov. Walker could wipe out Milwaukee’s long-standing residency requirement this weekend.
The state Assembly Wednesday advanced a budget for Wisconsin. The votes in favor were all Republican. Democrats voted against the package, with three GOP Assemblymen joining the opposition.