STATE GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL NEWS: Gov. Walker signs budget, makes 57 vetoes
PLEASANT PRAIRIE - Bounty hunters will not return to Wisconsin. Governor Scott Walker says he’ll veto the return of bail bondsmen when he signs the new two-year state budget into law yesterday. The Republican governor has line-item veto power over spending bills. He expects to strike out 57 items from the 1,400-page spending package that totals $70-billion.