This week Governor Walker stresses his goals for the 2013-2015 state budget.
Walker's five priorities in this budget are creating jobs, developing a workforce, transforming education, reforming government and investing in infrastructure.
"Reforming entitlements, focusing on my five main priorities, and cutting income taxes are all aimed at providing Wisconsin citizens with more prosperity, better performance, and true independence," Walker adds.
Listen to Governor Walker's full address. (1:09)
Senator Jennifer Shilling, a member of the Joint Finance Committee, gives this week's Democratic radio address. She criticizes Walker's budget, calling for a more balanced approach.
"Rather than taking money from our communities to subsidize private voucher schools, we should invest in schools that are accountable to the public and provide educational opportunities for all children," Shilling says.
Listen to Senator Schilling's full address. (1:40)
Each week the Republicans and Democrats in the state legislature release a radio address to keep citizens up to speed on what's happening in Madison. We'll bring them to you along with a brief summary of each address. Feel free to comment below or email your thoughts to email@example.com.