The Wisconsin Assembly passed the state budget Wednesday after Democrats decided against offering any amendments or prolonging debate, saying the $70 billion spending plan is so bad it can't be fixed.
Members of the Sikh temple where a white supremacist gunned down six worshippers last year plan to mark the anniversary by holding religious observances and staging a 6-kilometer run to fund scholarships in the victims' names.
The Wisconsin Senate plans to debate the state budget on Thursday, and Republican Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says no changes are planned.
One of three Assembly Republicans who voted against the state budget says he had made up his mind a long time ago.
Assembly Democrats say their decision not to debate the state budget was part of a strategy, not surrender.
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