Republicans in the Wisconsin Assembly are said to be fast-tracking a package of proposals aimed at helping the state’s farmers.  The G-O-P plan would mesh with Democratic Governor Tony Evers’ call for a special session to help Wisconsin struggling agriculture industry.  It would include a tax break of up to 75-hundred dollars.  Republicans say call their plan “bigger and bolder” than the governor’s proposals costing eight-and-a-half million dollars.  No price tag has been placed on the newer proposal.