Wisconsin will get a record amount of leftover federal highway funds, but it’s only one fifth of what the D-O-T requested. The agency says it will get 66-million dollars this fall in “redistribution aid” — funds originally assigned to other states but not spent. Wisconsin got almost twice what it received in the past, but it’s only a fraction of the 341-million dollars it asked for. The D-O-T hoped to get the extra money to help cover a one-billion dollar shortfall in its funding for scheduled highway work — and Governor Scott Walker and G-O-P state lawmakers hoped it would reduce what the state will borrow for road construction. Assembly G-O-P finance chair John Nygren says 66-million won’t cut it — and his panel is expected to try and set a highway funding package on Tuesday, after disputes on road money have held up approval of the state budget for two months.