MADISON (WKOW) — Governor Tony Evers is weighing his options as what to do with the next state budget. He can sign it, veto it entirely or veto parts of it.
The Republican-controlled legislature removed many of Evers priorities from the budget like Medicaid expansion, legalizing marijuana and raising the minimum wage.
Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) talks about what provisions Evers likely to veto and others that might survive.
Plus, political strategists Tanya Bjork and Keith Gilkes breakdown the governor’s veto pen and the first round of 2020 Democratic Presidential Debates.