Gov. Scott Walker declared in his seventh State of the State address Tuesday that workforce development will be his top priority going forward, a shift that comes after he failed to fulfill his signature job-creation promise and as he considers seeking a third term.
Speaking to the largest Republican legislative majorities in decades, Walker said that the future of the state is "bright" and echoed president elect-Donald Trump by saying Wisconsin is "winning."
"Are the people of Wisconsin - you, me, us - better off than we were six years ago?" Walker said. "The answer is a resounding yes."
The speech comes as Walker eyes...