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Walker: Supporting local, small businesses key to state's economic recovery

2:19 AM, Jan. 18, 2013
Gov. Scott Walker made his first public stop in Wisconsin Rapids since being elected, talking Thursday to the media prior to giving the keynote speech at the Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner at The Ridges Golf Course in Grand Rapids.
Gov. Scott Walker made his first public stop in Wisconsin Rapids since being elected, talking Thursday to the media prior to giving the keynote speech at the Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner at The Ridges Golf Course in Grand Rapids.
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Helping small businesses create jobs, transforming education and continuing to reform government are among Gov. Scott Walker's priorities for the state of Wisconsin.

But the key piece is for state leaders to work together with small-business leaders and others to continue moving Wisconsin forward in a way that benefits the state's economy and ultimately the people in central Wisconsin, Walker said Thursday during his keynote address at the Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner at The Ridges Golf Course.

"Certainly, working with the chamber here and working with the ...

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