GREEN BAY, Wis. (WHBL) - Wisconsin’s most important legislation every two years will be signed on a Sunday afternoon in Green Bay. The governor’s office said this morning that Republican Scott Walker will sign the two-year, 66-billion-dollar state budget at Badger Sheet Metal Works in Titletown. The event will not be open to the public. Former Governor Jim Doyle used to sign the two-year budgets at the State Capitol during the week. But Walker has highlighted business growth as part of his agenda, and his Sunday event fits right in. The new budget takes effect July first, and it’s the second straight budget that will be on time. That’s because the same party controlled the governor’s office and both houses. It’s not normally the case – and in past years, partisan bickering delayed the budget’s approval until fall in some cases. Senate Democratic leader Mark Miller said G-O-P lawmakers gave the governor most of what he wanted this time. Still, lawmakers of both parties and special interest groups have urged Walker to veto about 20 items. Senate Republican Rob Cowles of Green Bay said some things in the budget did not get a proper review – and they should be pulled and considered as separate bills. G-O-P finance chair Robin Vos said one item was put in by mistake – making people drive to Madison to see public officials’ ethics statements. Walker has also said he would not use his line-item veto power to extend private school vouchers throughout Wisconsin this fall. Critics said was possible in a large Assembly amendment inserted at two-in-the-morning last week.