Walker touts boost to education spending as he signs state budget


Gov. Scott Walker signed a nearly $76 billion two-year state budget Thursday in Neenah as he touted the state's investment in education -- from the elementary level through tech colleges and the UW System.
Addressing a gym at a Neenah elementary school before signing the document, Walker talked up a historic investment in K-12 education, more opportunities at tech colleges and the extension of a tuition freeze at the UW System for another two years.
Walker, who's expected to announce this fall he will seek a third term next year, also noted the property tax bill on a median-valued home is expe...

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