There’s still work to be done, but the Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee could complete work on the two-year Wisconsin state budget this week.  The spending plan would then advance to the state Assembly and Senate.  The committee still has to put the finishing touches on possible tax cuts and how much money to dedicate to building projects.  Governor Tony Evers is still pushing for more money for public schools.  He will have to decide whether to veto the entire budget or settle for making changes with his partial veto power.