Wisconsin Governor’s partial budget veto leaves ag provisions unchanged
Governor Tony Evers signed the budget bill into law Wednesday. He made stops in Green Bay and at a farm near Bangor to sign what’s been called an agriculture-friendly state budget supporting roads, meat and dairy processor grants, the nitrogen optimization pilot program, and producer-led watershed conservation groups.
Governor Evers used his partial veto authority to try and force the Legislature to reconsider their proposed tax cuts and instead fund child care for working families, additional school and college funding, and mental health care, but the agriculture-related elements of the budget became law. Those include: