Jay Miller

New tax law offers chance to infuse private capital into distressed areas

Large areas of inner-city Milwaukee, as well as Racine, Kenosha and elsewhere, would be strong candidates for Opportunity Zone designation. That these communities would benefit from an infusion of new capital — if spent well — can hardly be doubted. Moreover, unlike most government programs, this one would be funded with private capital that could be used to start up or expand businesses starving for resources.

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Do the people of Wisconsin have the right to reopen? Check out this conversation between WILL President and General Counsel @RickEsenberg and NRI's @AndrewCMcCarthy: https://t.co/Fg4DdSpI8k
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Wisconsin Group Sues on Behalf of Family Blocked from School Choice Program

by @PatrickRGibbons #SchoolChoice @WILawLiberty

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Last week WILL asked the court to invalidate a new tax used to fund big-ticket spending items: “State law is clear that county sales taxes are permitted for one purpose, and one purpose only: direct property tax reduction," said Deputy Counsel @aloco48 https://t.co/GYBPGOE7kq
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Wisconsin advocacy group sues on behalf of family seeking school choice scholarship - https://t.co/kUwz4tWrBq

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