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Revision as of 17:07, 11 April 2014

Local voters in Wisconsin support marijuana legalization and a $50 million dollar performing arts development Apr 02, 2014

First half of 2013 sees $1 billion more in school bond money over first half of 2012 Jul 11, 2013

Tuesday's election features 217 measures across four states, including nearly $1 billion in requested bond money and a proposed ban on funding nuclear weapon production Mar 29, 2013

2012 featured almost 1,000 more local measures and a higher approval rate Jan 21, 2013

2012 destroys 2011's school bond money record, concerns mount Jan 11, 2013

2012's school bond measures exceed 2011 records in bond dollars and approval ratings Aug 01, 2012

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School bond and tax votes

See also: School bond and tax elections in Wisconsin

Wisconsin has a revenue cap that limits the amount of property tax revenue school districts can bring in. If any school district wants to exceed revenue limits, they are required to have a ballot measure. Wisconsin also requires ballot measures for any school bonding that exceeds $1 million dollars. However, Wisconsin has generous exemptions for school districts required to hold bond elections. School districts are exempt from voter approval to issue new bonding if a district is ordered by a state or federal court to remove hazardous substances or to be in compliance with fire standards. Also, school districts are exempt from bond elections if they are purchasing or detaching property from a former consolidated school district.

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