MacIver News Service | Jan. 14, 2018
MADISON – If Democrat Gov. Tony Evers is serious about cutting taxes, Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna) says Republican legislators are all ears. If the governor plans to push a liberal agenda, then Republicans will stand united against left-wing initiatives, Steineke said.
The Majority Leader joined MacIver News Service Friday on the Vicki McKenna Show, on NewsTalk 1130 WISN in Milwaukee. Steineke says there are areas where Evers and the Republican majority can find common ground, but the spirit of compromise got off to a bad start when liberal groups late last week filed a lawsuit challenging last month’s extraordinary session.
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