Kohl, Feingold fight efforts to reduce size of now $920 billion Obama spending bill
The Democratic Policy Committee says Wisconsin schools and governments would get less under the Senate's spending bill than the House version.
The agency said the Badger State would get $3.1 billion from the Senate package, compared to $4.3 billion in the House plan.
But the Senate's proposal includes more benefits for individuals including a tax credit of up to $15,000 for anyone who buys a new home.
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