Governor Walker Is Keeping His Promise to Return Surplus Money Back to the Hard-Working Taxpayers
[Madison, Wis.] – Gov. Scott Walker crisscrossed the state Thursday to discuss the Ambitious Agenda he laid out in the 2018 State of the State Address and to highlight the $100 per child tax credit proposal.
Governor Walker is keeping his promise to return surplus money, created by his bold reforms, to the hard-working taxpayers. Through the child tax credit, Wisconsin will invest real money in the state’s families – just in time for back-to-school shopping in the fall.
Check out what’s in the news:
From WSAU: “Using a Batman backpack as a prop to demonstrate the school supplies that can be purchased with $100, Governor Scott Walker touted the forthcoming child tax credit during a stop in Wausau.”
From WKBT: “One day after his State of the State Address, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker makes a stop in La Crosse to tout one of the proposals laid out in the speech. Walker wants to establish a $100 per-child tax credit rebate for families in the state. It’s a proposal that could cost up to $122 … but the governor says the rebate is being made possible thanks to a larger than expected state budget surplus.”
From WBAY: “Just one day after delivering his “State of the State Address,” Governor Walker makes a stop in Green Bay. The governor spoke about the state’s budget surplus and his proposal for a child tax credit. During that stop, he outlined specifics on his plan for a child tax credit that would give each family one hundred dollars for every child living at home under the age of 18.”
From Wisconsin Public Radio: “Gov. Scott Walker made stops around Wisconsin on Thursday sporting a school backpack to promote his recently announced child tax credit plan. During his State of the State speech, Walker proposed creating an annual $100-per-child tax credit starting this year for parents with kids under 18 who live at home.”