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Gov. Scott Walker made his first post-election stop in Green Bay on Thursday, saying he plans on serving the state for four years, a term that includes providing funding for worker training.

Walker spoke at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College where he reaffirmed campaign promises to continue funding job training programs in areas where the state's employers say workers are needed....

Ken Notes: It was good to hear the Governor reiterate his campaign promises after the election. We should see very strong support for both apprenticeship and job training for the next few years.

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