Walker 'frustrated' that felon was invited onto dais; delivery rules relaxed to ease propane shortage; 10 more Wisconsin stories
Gov. Scott Walker says he's frustrated that a convicted felon and sex offender stood nearby while he lauded him as an example of the state's economic recovery.
Christopher Barber, 32, of Two Rivers was among 13 workers the Republican governor brought in for his State-of-the-State address on Tuesday night.
Thursday, it was reported that Barber was convicted of charges including third-degree sexual assault and three drunk driving cases -- and he violated probation twice.