CHICAGO — The Wisconsin Legislature Friday sent Gov. Scott Walker a two-year, $68 billion budget that cuts income taxes by $650 million, limits property tax increases, and authorizes $1.8 billion in new general obligation and revenue-backed borrowing.

The budget also replenishes the state’s exhausted GO refunding capacity with a $2 billion authorization. 

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