MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin state agency budget requests have been posted online by Gov. Scott Walker's administration.
The requests were posted Tuesday, a day after they were due to Walker. The governor is in the process of crafting his next two-year state budget for the Legislature to consider next year.
Walker in August ordered the state agencies to not include any spending increases in their requests coming in what is expected to be another tight budget.
Walker said in a statement that his next budget will focus on "creating jobs, transforming education, developing our workforce, investing in infrastructure, and continuing to reform government."
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