Governor Walker visits La Crosse Area Boy’s and Girl’s Club
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) — Governor Scott Walker is hoping to make things easier on non-profits.
The Governor signed a new bill into law Friday at the La Crosse Area Boy’s and Girl’s Club.
The bill raises the threshold of what’s taxed on sales for the organizations. Before, organizations were tax exempt, except for the sale of goods and services.
The governor has been busy the last couple of weeks on the campaign trail for both Senator Ron Johnson and Republican presidential nominee Ted Cruz.
Governor Walker’s name has also been brought up as a possible running mate for both Cruz and frontrunner Donald Trump.
“I just love being Governor. Traveling the last six months, being physically here the last six months just renewed my love for the state of Wisconsin. I think the best I can do is just help either, whoever the nominee being just by being a good Governor,” said Gov. Walker.
Walker said he doesn’t believe any of the candidates will reach the number of delegates needed to get their name on the final ballot before the republican convention in July, meaning a nominee will most likely be chosen at the convention.