GOP bills would limit how school districts ask voters for tax increases

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
November 1, 2015

An analysis by the Wisconsin Budget Project, a program of the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, said forcing districts to wait two years after a failed referendum would have reduced or delayed new resources for school children in 31 districts by nearly $200 million since 2011. Without a successful referendum, it said, several of the districts would have had to consider dissolving or merging with another district.

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