Report: Wisconsin's Tax Burden Drops to 30-year Low
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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northland Helping Kids in Need
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Public File Reports
A new study finds that Wisconsin's tax burden has dropped to a 30-year low. The Wisconsin Policy Forum report released Wednesday examines state and local taxes as a share of personal income.
The Grand Rapids/Greenway girls hockey program sits 11-1 on the season and rank among the top ten teams in Class AA in the state. Even with their fast start to the season, the Lightning are hoping to strike come time for playoffs.
Kids all around the Northland are getting hope and help for a brighter future thanks to Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northland. Volunteers with the nonprofit were in studio Tuesday for a phone bank.