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War of Words: JFC Co-Chairs Publicly Spar Over Transportation Revenue, Projects. (Right Wisconsin, 6/18/2015)
According to a report from WisPolitics, Darling said Assembly leaders were looking to delay the Zoo Interchange project in hopes that it would buy leverage and support for new revenue (a gas tax hike and registration fees).
"I think that's going to blow up because people are going to be upset because they're going to think we can't govern, they're going to think we're wasting money and they're going to think we're not being responsible," said Darling in WisPolitics.
This, predictably, did not sit well with Assembly leaders who have publicly opposed a gas tax hike. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and Joint Finance Committee Co-Chair John Nygren issued a terse statement asking Darling to walk back her accusation.
Leadership missing in action: Wisconsin's Joint Committee on Finance has not met in 21 days (and counting). (6/19/2015)
A lesson in leadership: Wisconsin's Joint Committee on Finance has not met in 20 days (and counting). (6/18/2015)