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View from around the state: No state revenue-sharing on local referendums

In 2011, the Republican-majority state Legislature passed bills, which Gov. Scott Walker then signed into law, that made cuts to revenue caps for school districts, greatly reduced state aid to those districts and mandated that any expenditure over the revenue cap must be approved by a referendum.

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