September 20, 2019
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Repealing Obsolete Tax Provisions 

This week I was able to testify at a hearing on a bill I authored, Senate Bill (SB) 362, which will complete the repeal of tax credits that may no longer be claimed.

As part of the 2013-15 state budget bill, in an effort to simplify Wisconsin’s tax laws, the Legislature sunset many refundable tax credits such as the Meat Processing Facility Investment Credit and the Dairy Manufacturing Facility Investment Credit. This bill finally takes these credits, which can no longer be claimed, off the books.

SB 362 is one more step in the direction of making taxation smaller, simpler and easier. This bill will remove approximately 19 pages from our enormous statute books, and continues the years of work that Republicans have put in to simplify our tax laws.

As always, I encourage you to follow my updates on social media or contact my office directly with your questions. Best wishes on your weekend!

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Speaking to the Wisconsin Milk Haulers Association

On Saturday, I spoke at the Wisconsin Milk Haulers Association conference at Blue Harbor Resort in Sheboygan.

I was able to discuss the great things that we accomplished in the state budget, such as the increase in transportation aid and the investment in the Dairy Innovation Hub.

I would like to thank the Wisconsin Milk Haulers Association for the invitation, and appreciate the important work that they do for Wisconsin's dairy industry!

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Welcome Physical Therapy Students to the Capitol

I was happy to meet with two constituents, Emily and Andrew, on behalf of the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association. We had a great conversation on legislation that can assist physical therapists in their important jobs improving the lives of those in their communities.

Thank you for visiting!

Office of Rep. Terry Katsma
State Capitol, Room 306 East
PO Box 8952
Madison, WI 53708

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