Evers in State of Education speech knocks Walker, Republicans

State Superintendent Tony Evers today used his annual State of Education speech to champion road funding solutions and knock Gov. Scott Walker for not accepting the Medicaid expansion.
Evers, who’s running for guv next year as a Dem, also swung at Republicans over not prioritizing public school funding. His address took place at the Capitol as Walker signed the 2017-19 biennial budget this afternoon in Neenah.
Evers’ speech, which also mentioned former President Teddy Roosevelt’s name 10 times, focused largely on themes from his guv campaign, being “the adults in the room,” facing problems and...

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