Walker hoping for bi-partisan support on major issues over next two years; GOP says unions aren’t a target: Thanksgiving dinner cheaper than last year; more state briefs

November 9, 2012 at 3:04 am in Hudson Star-Observer

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Comments Thursday by Gov. Scott Walker and would-be leaders of the GOP-led Legislature hinted they’ll revisit mining, tax cuts and school vouchers but pledged to try and work in bi-partison fashion on the challenges. Also, the Farm Bureau says it’s cheaper to shop and cook a turkey, stuffing, vegetable and desert Thanksgiving meal than to buy a fast-food lunch. Plus more state briefs. Continue Reading