Sen. Shilling: a lot to be determined before final legislative session

Less than week after Wisconsin’s State Assembly held a marathon session, the State Senate is gearing up for its final session next month.

One of the bills making its way through the Capitol is a student debt bill which would allow borrowers to refinance their loans.

Lawmakers could also vote on whether or not to give a tax credit to working families for their child care costs. 

With the session almost a month away, Senator Jennifer Shilling says there’s still a lot to be determined on what legislation will make to the senate floor.

“There are some because of fiscal estimates and the governor saying, you know, 20 million dollar limit on legislation coming through this spring floor period because of a reduction of 100 million dollars in revenue coming into this state,” said Sen. Shilling.

The State Senate will be back in session March 15.