Assembly Republicans vote down 84 amendments and end further discussion on the budget repair bill.
At 1 a.m., Assembly Republicans vote hurriedly on SB 11; voting is open for about 10 seconds, and the bill passes on a 51-17 vote, with many Democrats and some Republicans not able to vote at all.
Tens of thousands of people converge on the Capitol protesting Walker's proposal to end collective bargaining rights for public employees. The turnout - estimated between 70,000 and 100,000 - is even larger than the previous Saturday's.
Thousands of protesters refuse to yield to a call to close the Capitol at 4 p.m. Capitol Police Chief Charles Tubbs, noting the protesters are peaceful and respectful, allows them to spend the night.
State officials, betraying promises made to protesters, lock down the Capitol to the general public. Only legislative staff, reporters and those on "official business" are allowed in.
Dane County Judge Daniel Moeser issues a temporary injunction ordering the Department of Administration to open the Capitol to the public. The DOA responds by saying it is complying with the order, because it is letting some people in. The state further limits access by fencing off steps and moving in barriers.
In other news, the new Target store at Hilldale Mall opens.
Several Democratic Assembly members hold office hours outside the Capitol because of the continued lockdown.
Walker takes to the road to pitch his new budget to residents around the state.
Compiled (in part) from local media