Advertisement

Walker Udderly Uninterested in Ending 'America's Dairyland'

Gov. Scott Walker isn't a fan of removing the phrase America's Dairyland from Wisconsin license plates. Gov. Scott Walker isn't a fan of removing the phrase America's Dairyland from Wisconsin license plates. |  Photo: WisDOT

November 14, 2017 03:48 PM

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Gov. Scott Walker thinks the push to replace "America's Dairyland" on Wisconsin's license plates is udderly ridiculous.

Advertisement – Content Continues Below

So he's putting the idea out to pasture.

Walker told farm reporter Pam Jahnke in an interview Tuesday that there was "no way" Wisconsin would change the license plate. The head of the state chamber of commerce has floated the possibility of changing the plates to reflect a more diverse economy.

A bill was introduced in the Legislature calling for high school students to submit new designs and slogans.

Walker is ending any momentum the idea may have gotten, saying Tuesday, "We are not going to change our plates."

Not missing the chance to make a pun, Walker says, "We have many different industries, but our bread and butter, literally and figuratively, is agriculture and manufacturing together."


WDIO

Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Relay Media Amp

Saginaw Man Found Dead Inside Cabin

College of St. Scholastica holds Commencement Ceremony

Authorities: Truck Overturns in Alborn Township

Volunteers Place Hundreds of Wreaths on Veterans' Graves in Spooner

Trump Defends Tax Cuts as Good for Middle Class

Gov. Mark Dayton Defends Agency Probing Police Shooting

Advertisement