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WI: Gov Walker Open to Gas Tax Hike, Tax Cuts Elsewhere, to Land Federal Transpo Funding

Gov. Scott Walker said Thursday he is open to raising the state's gas tax, if offset by other tax cuts, to pay the state's share of a federal proposal to spur $1.5 trillion in public and private infrastructure spending.
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