CHICAGO — Wisconsin lawmakers reconvened Tuesday with the clock ticking on Gov. Scott Walker's plan to restructure $165 million of debt service due May 1.

The current refunding of general obligation bonds with the savings captured up front is part of a budget repair bill that has triggered protests and prompted a walkout by Democratic senators because of a provision that curtails public employees' collective bargaining rights.

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