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Wisconsin budget committee to finish work in Sept.
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MADISON (AP) - Republicans who control the Legislature's finance committee finally resumed work on the stalled state budget Thursday after two months off, promising to wrap up revisions to the spending plan within the next two weeks. The most significant action the Joint Finance Committee took Thursday was signing off on language eliminating the state portion of the property tax. The panel planned to follow up with votes on school aid Monday.