Wisconsin’s Scott Walker was one of a few Republican governors meeting with President Trump at the White House Monday.  They were talking about the president’s plan to leverage 200-billion dollars in federal funding to produce one-and-a-half-trillion for the nation’s infrastructure needs.  Walker calls plans for the one-point-six-billion dollar Interstate 94 project a good example of cooperation between federal, state and local governments.  Money for that work is already in the Wisconsin state budget and Walker thinks it can be fully funded through the help from the federal government.