Meanwhile, protesters gathered outside of the Governor's Mansion in Maple Bluff to voice their opposition to the bill that they are calling an attack on public workers.
"I feel like Scott Walker is assaulting everything that I hold dear in a very short amount of time and frankly I'm terrified and I'm angry," said American Federation of Teachers member Sandy Thistle.
After stopping in Maple Bluff, the protesters then headed to the Capitol Square.
More protests are coming, as there are already several rallies in the works for the upcoming week protesting the budget bill.
The Wisconsin State Employees' Union is organizing two rallies, one on Tuesday and one on Wednesday. Both rallies will start at noon at the state Capitol. There will also be vigils held on those evenings from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. for those who are not able to make the afternoon rallies.