Gov. Walker talks about job training in La Crosse

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LA CROSSE, Wis. (WEAU) At a stop in La Crosse Monday, Governor Walker explains how he's trying to help Wisconsinites find jobs.

The Governor was at Western Technical College to promote his "Investing in Wisconsin's Workforce Tour."

Walker has also signed a bill into law that will invest more than $35 million for worker training efforts.

He says the money will help eliminate technical college waiting lists for jobs in high demand fields such as manufacturing, information technology, and health care.

"Not just putting people to work to fill the current positions, but I think it will be a driving force in manufacturing and in it and it health care to adding more jobs in the state," says Governor Walker.

Governor Walker says the money will also help people with disabilities find work.

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