MADISON (WKOW) -- When Gov. Scott Walker introduced his budget repair bill, the 14 Senate Democrats who left the state said the public needed more time to understand what was in the bill. Now, Gov. Walker says they've had enough time.
Walker traveled to the home districts of three of the missing senators Friday. He urged their constituents to pressure them to return. He says he hopes to talk with Democrats over the weekend.
Walker says the state is ready to move on from the "tension and passion" of the past two weeks.
Walker also applauded the State Assembly for approving the repair bill in an early morning vote that left many Assembly Democrats fuming.
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