Friday, February 12, 2021

Businesses tied to Speaker Robin Vos and other lawmakers could see taxes cut after they took PPP loans

From JSOnline:
Patrick Marley
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

MADISON - Businesses owned by Wisconsin lawmakers stand to benefit from legislation they will take up as soon as next week that would cut taxes for employers who received Paycheck Protection Program loans.

At least six legislators or their families have an ownership stake in businesses that received PPP loans, records show. 

Among them are Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos of Rochester and Republican Sen. Joan Ballweg of Markesan, who as a member of the Legislature's Joint Finance Committee voted in favor of the tax cut on Wednesday. 

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