The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents on Thursday approved a budget based on a $125 million cut in state funds to the system over the next year, The Wisconsin State Journal reported. Legislators and Governor Scott Walker, a Republican, have already approved a budget plan that cuts $250 million over two years and also freezes in-state tuition rates. The largest cuts are planned for the flagship campus at Madison. Most board members said that they had no choice but to approve the cuts. But one, Charles Pruitt, voted against the budget, saying that he wanted to express “profound disagreement” with state legislators who voted for the cuts in the state budget.
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