Gov. Scott Walker signed Wisconsin’s new, two-year $66 billion budget into law on Sunday after using his veto pen on 50 items. He mostly left intact the budget passed earlier this month, which closely resembled his original plan that dealt with a $3 billion deficit primarily with cuts.

“Our balanced budget makes tough choices while providing a path to recovery and prosperity for our state and our people,” the Republican governor said.

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