Critics are taking aim at Gov. Scott Walker’s transportation budget and say it does little to solve the state’s long-term funding issue.
They cited, for example, the roughly $293 million cut that the southeast megaprojects would take under Walker’s budget proposal, which would spend $122 million on those projects. Walker’s office says those fundings levels would “continue construction and ensure t...
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