MADISON (WKOW) -- Scott Walker will sign his first bill into law Monday as Governor of Wisconsin.
Gov. Walker will sign Act 1 at EVCO Plastics in DeForest.
Act 1 will eliminate the state tax contributions made to health savings accounts.
The measure passed last week in both the senate and the assembly. It's part of a package of proposals Walker says will help improve the state's business climate.
Opponents have stressed that eliminating the tax will deepen the state's three-billion dollar budget gap.
The state senate will consider other bills this week that are Gov. Walker's priorities
On Tuesday, the state Senate plans to pass a bill that would exempt new companies from paying income taxes for two years. It already cleared the Assembly.
The Senate also plans to vote on a bill increasing economic development tax credits by $25 million, although those weren't expected to be used over the next two years.