The state Senate on Thursday night passed the $66 billion plan, which relies heavily on spending cuts to close an estimated $3 billion budget hole while still trying to spur the economy and promote business growth. Gov. Scott Walker said he would sign it before June 30. The Wisconsin State Journal has coverage, click here.
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