The Wisconsin Senate has passed the two-year state budget and forwarded it to Governor Evers. The vote Wednesday night was 23-9. The state Assembly had approved the $87 billion spending plan after eight hours of debate Tuesday. Now, the governor has six days – not including Sunday – to take action on the budget. He can sign it or use his partial veto powers to rewrite it. If he does nothing, the budget becomes law.

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