Wisconsin Republicans could put more money toward schools and colleges, introduce new tax cuts and look at getting rid of requiring minimum salaries for workers who build roads or government buildings. Those are some of the early ideas floated by legislative leaders for the next session during which Republicans will have more control than they have had in more than 40 years. Wisconsin Republicans woke up Wednesday holding the largest legislative majorities in decades, denying Democrats the chance to pick up a handful of seats in the Assembly and Senate in Tuesday's general election. 

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