After a two month delay, Gov. Scott Walker signed the 2017-19 biennialbudget into law Thursday at an elementary school in Neenah.
Walker said in a statement the budget’s priorities fell into three categories — student success, accountable government and rewarding work.
“After listening to families and hardworking taxpayers across our state, we built this budget based on the people’s priorities,” Walker said. “I thank the Legislature for keeping the core of our budget in place which includes historic K-12 education funding, property tax relief, and more funding for broadband and worker training.”