Walker, Evers explain plans for job creation, economic development in Wisconsin
Thursday, November 22, 2018
MADISON, Wis. - Job creation and the economy are key issues heading into the Nov. 6 election in Wisconsin.
Gov. Scott Walker appeared at an event for the state's biggest business lobbying group, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, focused on Wisconsin's business climate.
"My belief is, if you're an able-bodied working-age adult in this state, my expectation is you work at least 30 hours a week and that you're able to pass a drug test before you get assistance," Walker said in his keynote address.
His Democratic challenger, Tony Evers, sat down Tuesday for an interview with News 3. Evers said Walker's job plans focus too much on big companies and not enough on people.