Governor Tony Evers has six days to decide on the state budget.
The budget was sent to Evers on Friday by the top Assembly Republican, starting a six-day countdown until he either signs it, vetoes portions of it, or vetoes the whole thing. However, the countdown excludes the day the bill was sent and Sundays.
The bill will become law if Evers takes no action by next Friday. The Republican budget excludes several key priorities to Evers like Medicaid expansion and a gas tax increase to improve roads.