MADISON, Wis. — On Tuesday, the Wisconsin legislature committee voted to repeal the state's regional transit authorities, including one responsible for a proposed commuter rail line from Milwaukee to Kenosha, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.

The committee also voted to go along with Gov. Scott Walker's plan to eliminate a $100 million bonding program for capital transit projects in southeastern Wisconsin and cut all state funding — $5 million over two years — for bike and pedestrian paths. For the full story, click here.

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