Doyle Visits Merrill and Outlines His Priorities for the Next Year

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Governor Jim Doyle says more people than ever are working in Wisconsin. But, he says people need better training for the new kinds of jobs being created.
About 100 people packed a public library room in Merrill as the governor went over his priorities for the next year.
Doyle says he wants to improve education, expand access to health care and create jobs and worker training.
But, he offered few specifics on just how he plans to accomplish his goals.