CHICAGO – Wisconsin expects to collect an additional $575 million in tax revenue over three years under new projections that fueled calls for tax relief and more spending on education.

“The surplus and increased revenue projections should be invested in aid for our schools, lowering income taxes for middle-class families, holding the line on property taxes, and building our rainy day fund,” Gov. Scott Walker, a Republican, said in a statement.

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