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"In dollar terms, the average Wisconsin state worker after Act 10 receives total compensation including benefits equal to $81,637 versus $67,068 for a similarly-skilled private worker, a difference of $14,569,” wrote the researchers from the think tank.
Barrett didn’t comment on the specifics of his plan, as questioning ended immediately after the mayor answered questions about his state government diet plan.
Still, he said, the people want a fiscally sound government, and that’s what he plans to offer.
"That’s what people expect, and that’s what we will deliver,” Barrett said.
Walker leads Barrett by at least 3 percentage points in the latest count, though the mayor’s campaign says the race is a virtual tie.
This article originally appeared at WisconsinReporer.com