JFC co-chairs outline key issues as committee prepares to tweak Walker’s budget plan

JFC Co-chair John Nygren said repealing the prevailing wage on state projects could still work its way into the budget as part of an overall package to address transportation funding.
Fellow Co-chair Alberta Darling, meanwhile, said Senate Republicans are working on their own transportation package.
Both lawmakers called the issue the lynchpin to putting the final touches on a budget later this year.
With the committee votes expected at the start of May, both co-chairs spoke with WisPolitics.com in separate interviews to look back at what they heard at the six public hearings, the last of whic...

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