Building Commission deadlocks on Evers capital budget

The state Building Commission Wednesday deadlocked on Gov. Tony Evers' $2.5 billion capital budget, believed to be the first time that's happened in the commission's 70-year history.
Evers was mystified that Republicans refused to recommend passage after every project in the document unanimously cleared committees earlier this week.
"Disappointed is an understatement," Evers said.
Commission Republicans first put forward a motion to send the budget to the JFC without a recommendation, and that deadlocked 4-4. All four GOP lawmakers on the commission supported the motion, while the Dem lawmaker...

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