Republican state representatives stop in Wausau to talk about the tax climate

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WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) -- Republican state representatives spent tax day discussing the current tax climate here in Wausau. It was all part of what they call 'Tax Day Truths.'

During the meeting, lawmakers talked about what their plan is for the budget process and Representative Bob Kulp of Marshfield had a message for the people of Wisconsin.

"What we're hoping that they take away from this is that their Republican Assembly and Senate is lock-step with the people of Wisconsin, wanting to make sure that we guarantee that this a great place to continue to do business and that we're committed to making sure that trajectory doesn't change," said Rep. Kulp.

Republicans are worried Governor Tony Evers budget would hurt businesses in Wisconsin, including taking away the manufacturing credit. It's a move Rep. Kulp believes would be a mistake.