MIDDLETON, WI (WTAQ) - Governor Scott Walker plans to introduce more legislation next week aimed at boosting Wisconsin's economy.
The Republican Walker spoke to road builders in Middleton Wednesday.
Afterward, he told reporters that some of his measures would deal with the state's 16 technical colleges, and helping disabled people find jobs. Walker did not elaborate.
The proposals come at a time when Walker is struggling to keep his campaign promise to create 250,000 jobs during his four-year term.
Federal officials said the state added 62,000 jobs at the halfway point of the Walker governorship, when he was one-third of the way toward his goal.