MADISON, Wisconsin — Wisconsin Democrats say Republicans will have to compromise to fill holes in the state's budget.
Democratic members of the budget-writing Joint Finance Committee commented Wednesday after it was announced that there would be no additional state revenue.
Democrats say Republicans should prioritize funding for K-12 education, the University of Wisconsin System and long-term care for the elderly and disabled.
Walker's spokeswoman Laurel Patrick says he remains committed to reversing a $127 million cut to K-12 schools he originally proposed in his budget when unveiled in February.
Walker's budget is not final. Lawmakers will debate it and vote on a final version likely next month.
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