- Talk of cutting taxes in Wisconsin grows as we head into an election year.
The ideas vary widely.
They include everything from a sales tax holiday to eliminating the state income tax.
Whether anything will change NEXT year will depend on the updated tax collection estimates released in mid-January.
Governor Scott Walker has floated the idea of eliminating the income tax, but it's been met with a lukewarm reception at best.
Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Voss says that would be a difficult change to make.
He's more interested in a sales tax holiday for back to school purchases.
Voss says any tax cut depends on what tax collections look like in that January report.
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