Oh, yes. Shared revenue on the block:
To find out what Scott Walker likely means by “reforming the state’s relationship with local governments” we only need to look at some of his proposals when he last worked in Madison as a state legislator. In 1999 Scott Walker and Jeff Stone proposed “reforming” the state’s relationship with local governments by doing away with a major portion of the state’s shared revenue program. Their plan would allow local governments to raise their sales taxes to help make up for the lost state revenue.