Bill signing Monday frees $35 million for job training; welding likely sparked sawmill fire; 10 more state stories
MADISON -- Just over 3 percent of Wisconsin's billion dollar budget surplus would be used to train new workers, under a bill Gov. Scott Walker was expected to sign into law Monday.
The Republican Walker planned s a mid-morning ceremony at Blackhawk Technical College in Janesville. He'll highlight $35 million in additional worker training efforts through June of next year.
The measure also includes new efforts to help disabled Wisconsinites find jobs.