MADISON (AP) - Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is pushing back the release of the state's two-year budget by a week.
Walker had planned to release it on Tuesday. Instead, he will still deliver a budget speech on Tuesday but he won't actually release the budget itself for another week.
The state Senate met briefly on Friday to approve a resolution that grants the delay to Walker. No Democrats were present when the action was taken.
Democrats left town on Thursday in protest over a Walker proposal to strip collective bargaining rights from nearly all public workers. They were still absent on Friday, hoping that their action would force Republicans to make concessions on the bill.
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