Meet the scariest person in the Wisconsin State Senate.
You'll find the full report here.
And just in case you're not sure what he's talking about.
Four months after eliminating a salary minimum for those building local roads, Republican lawmakers are proposing a bill that would also limit the effect of federal wage and environmental requirements on some highway projects in Wisconsin.
Supporters say the change would give the state more bang for its buck on road projects. Detractors argue that lawmakers should focus on finding long-term solutions to the state's road funding woes instead of continuing to target highway workers' pay. [Emphasis added]
Other transportation funding posts:
UPDATE. Keith Ripp learns that brownnosing Scott Walker just gets you a soiled schnozz. (9/19/2016)
Dear Van Wanggaard, Scott Walker must have told you that with his fingers crossed. (9/15/2016)
John Nygren on transportation funding (Stay tuned for heated response from Duey Stroebel). (9/12/2016)
Dear Northwoods voters, general road conditions are not likely to improve with this Governor. (8/30/2016)
In his typically convoluted style of speaking, Scott Walker offers small comfort. (8/30/2016)
Dear John Nygren, It's mostly GOP people that need to be educated. (8/25/2016)
Dear Northwoods voters, I lied, Love, Scott Walker. (7/31/2016)
Duey Stroebel admits he has no answers to funding Wisconsin's transportation needs. (7/27/2016)
Sounds like Duey's in bed with Scottie on transportation funding. (6/28/2016)
Transportation funding: In his 6th year in office, Scott Walker sez he'll try to figure it out. (6/3/2016)
Scott Walker: Go big! Go bold! Go borrow! (1/31/2015)