MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Senate approved on Tuesday a raise for the Wisconsin State Attorneys Association public-worker union.
Gov. Scott Walker’s administration negotiated a new deal with the Wisconsin State Attorneys Association that would give that union’s members a 1 percent pay raise.
The deal is for the current fiscal year only. The 1 percent raise is equal to raises other state employees have received. No pay increases are proposed in Walker’s budget for the two-year period that begins July 1.
The state Assembly approved the deal last week. With the Senate’s approval, the contract now goes to Walker for his signature.