Gov. Tony Evers planned to call on the Republican-controlled Legislature Tuesday to join him in passing a two-year budget he is presenting as a "bounce back" plan to help the state recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Wisconsin Republicans have rewritten Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' state budget in the past few weeks, pushing it through the Joint Finance Committee they control last week to set up floor votes in the full Legislature.
The Legislature's Republican-controlled finance committee finished revising Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' state budget Thursday, wrapping up its work by pasting a $321 million income tax cut plan into the document.