Aging population costs to spike state budget, calls for skilled jobs

ACROSS WISCONSIN - State demographers believe the number of people living in Wisconsin, who are 65 or older, will more than double by 2040. North-central Wisconsin will be affected the most. Marinette Republican Represenative John Nygren believes an aging population will have a huge impact on education. Full story: WJFW

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