MADISON, Wis. - Republicans continue to meet behind closed doors to reach deals on the three largest remaining items in the Wisconsin state budget.
The Legislature's Joint Finance Committee was scheduled to complete its work on the budget on Tuesday. But three of the biggest items remain unresolved.
Those are public education funding and expansion of the private school voucher program, Medicaid and income taxes.
Some details have been made public of deals being discussed among Republicans and Gov. Scott Walker on each of those topics.
But lawmakers are also awaiting more information from the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau which could either speed any compromise or derail progress.
Talks were expected to be ongoing all day Monday. Democrats also scheduled a Monday news conference to offer their own alternatives.
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