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Walker outlines plan to create jobs, strengthen economy

9:35 PM, Nov. 29, 2012
Gov. Scott Walker speaks Thursday at Lang Furniture in Marshfield as business owner Lyle Lang and office manager Connie Eckes listen on.
Gov. Scott Walker speaks Thursday at Lang Furniture in Marshfield as business owner Lyle Lang and office manager Connie Eckes listen on.
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Gov. Scott Walker outlined his goals for the next state budget and discussed jobs and regulatory requirements at Lang Furniture in Marshfield on Thursday.

Lang Furniture was the governor's second stop on the Talk with Walker tour. Walker announced Monday that he would spend time the next few months talking to Wisconsinites about their priorities and ideas for bettering the state.

Walker said his priorities for the next budget include job creation, workforce development, transforming education, reforming government and investing in infrastructure. ...

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