The Wisconsin Senate is expected to take up the middle-class tax cut backed by Republicans today (Wednesday).  The Assembly passed the measure on a 61-33 vote Tuesday.  Governor Tony Evers has already said he can’t sign the bill because it relies on a budget surplus to cover lost revenue.  Evers has proposed his own tax cut plan, half of it covered by putting new limits on tax credits for manufacturers.  Republicans don’t want to raise taxes on businesses to pay for the cuts.