ASHWAUBENON - Governor Scott Walker mentioned the budget process during a stop Monday in Northeast Wisconsin.
He was in Ashwaubenon for a logging conference.
FOX 11 caught up with him, and he offered his insights.
He acknowledged the public will give its input, and lawmakers will make changes to his proposal.
"When I gave my budget address, was ultimately to deliver the budget, to improve it because I expect they'll make improvements, no governor's ever had their budget approved without an adjustment, and then to pass it, to not let it linger, to have it passed by June so that by July 1st the next budget will be ready to go," said Walker.
There are two more public hearings on the budget. Then, legislators begin their debate.
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