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Walker downplays right-to-work as 'distraction'

Governor cites job creation, education and government reform as priorities

10:40 PM, Dec. 7, 2012
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker meets with the editorial board of The Post-Crescent of Appleton on Friday.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker meets with the editorial board of The Post-Crescent of Appleton on Friday.
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Gov. Scott Walker previewed his upcoming budget Friday in a meeting with The Post-Crescent of Appleton Editorial Board and laid out plans for schools, taxes and jobs.

Walker said he hopes his administration and the Legislature stays focused on the state's priorities and avoids distractions swirling in a still-heated political environment.

He reiterated five points to spotlight in the next two years: create jobs, develop a stronger work force, transform education, reform government and invest in infrastructure. ...

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