CHICAGO – As Wisconsin tees up for its next general obligation sale next month, Gov. Scott Walker is facing pushback from his fellow Republicans who control the Legislature over increased borrowing proposed in his operating and capital budgets.

Walker unveiled a $1.4 billion two-year capital budget late last week that relies on $1.1 billion of borrowing. The additional debt is in on top of $1 billion of new borrowing floated in Walker’s $68 billion two-year operating budget unveiled last month.

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