Democratic Governor Tony Evers says he considered the unprecedented act of vetoing the entire budget proposed by Wisconsin GOP lawmakers. But eventually, he decided to take advantage of the most powerful veto authority in the country to try to reshape the state biennial budget more to his liking. Seventy-eight times Evers wielded his veto pen, enough that the Wisconsin GOP now talks of amending the state constitution to curb the Governor’s veto power. But in the meantime, the Governor’s vetos will stand, as the Republicans lack the votes in the legislature for an override. Tamarine Cornelius, a budget analyst for the nonprofit advocacy group Kids Forward, joined Monday Buzz host Brian Standing on Monday July 15, 2019.