Updated: Mar 26, 2012 3:18 PM
GREEN BAY — Governor Scott Walker was in Green Bay Monday to sign a pair of bills into law.
He was at the Wisconsin Public Service building downtown.
One bill he signed made several reforms to the Public Service Commission. The second repealed old restrictions on natural gas use.
The governor also traveled to Racine to sign into law a pair of bills to give students more opportunities to get technical diplomas.
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