Earn-a-Buck, school choice expansion cap on legislative calenders

The state Senate and Assembly are scheduled to be on their respective floors today for regular session (as distinct from the special session on jobs creation).

In the Assembly, they’ll be taking action on a bill (AB 99) which will prevent the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources from ever again enacting anything similar to the almost universally despised earn-a-buck program, even though the agency has already pulled the plug on it.

Over in the Senate they’ll be acting on legislation (SB 174) from Neenah Republican and Senate President Mike Ellis, to prevent the parental school choice program from being allowed in any additional school districts beyond Milwaukee and Racine.

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