Madison, Wis. (Learfield) - The Wisconsin Senate met briefly today, apparently without acting on separate bills to fine the Democratic senators 100-dollars a day for being gone for almost three weeks. The Senate’s Web site said lawmakers would return tomorrow – but there was no indication of any vote on the 14 separate resolutions to punish the Democrats. Governor Scott Walker’s office said the lines of communication are still open with the Democrats, to grant at least some concessions on the bill which would almost eliminate collective bargaining powers for public unions. But Walker says he won’t compromise on the main concept – and at least some Democrats say they won’t come back until he does. Middleton Democrat Jon Erpenbach said the 100-dollar fines won’t motivate them to return. Madison Democrat Fred Risser says it’s a day-to-day decision on when they’ll come back. They will have been gone for three weeks on Thursday.