MADISON (WORT) — Negotiations over Wisconsin’s state budget have officially entered overtime. The biennial budget is supposed to be passed by the start of the fiscal year but in-fighting amongst Republican lawmakers over several issues has delayed passage for many weeks.
An end to the impasse does appear to be in sight. Republican Speaker Robin Vos says the Assembly will take up the budget next week alongside a separate bill that would repeal Wisconsin’s prevailing wage law. Things are less clear in the GOP-controlled Senate.
Dylan Brogan reports.