The Wisconsin Senate voted 31-2 Tuesday afternoon to double the state’s incentives to preserve historic buildings.
Republicans Glenn Grothman of West Bend and Neal Kedzie of Elkhorn were the only ones to vote no, as the upper house sent the measure to Gov. Scott Walker.
The bill would double the tax credit for qualified historic preservation expenses from 10 percent of the cost to 20 percent.
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