Gov. Walker

There is not a lot of love between the U.S. labor movement and those on the long list of potential 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls. But there is one name among the GOP prospects that labor truly despises — and fears. He is Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who weakened unions in his own state and appears ready to make his battles with labor a centerpiece of a bid for the White House.

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The 2016 Presidential election is still more than 20 months away, but the list of would-be contenders for the major parties’ nominations is growing.

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Governor Walker laid out a basic agenda for the coming months - including shrinking the size of state government further, eliminating Common Core standards from schools and decreasing property taxes- during his State of the State Address last night.

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In his State of the State Address Tuesday, Gov. Walker touted Wisconsin's improving economy and reduced unemployment rate.

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At seven o’clock pm Tuesday, Gov. Walker will deliver his fifth State of the State Address.

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Gov. Scott Walker was sworn-in to a second term on Monday. He used his inaugural speech to tout his record in Wisconsin and lay the groundwork for heading forward. Hundreds gathered to be part of the inauguration.

Walker took the oath of office in the Capitol Rotunda. He says he’s proud of his accomplishments of the past four years.

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After Gov. Walker took the oath of office late Monday morning, he praised Wisconsin for getting things done.

As Gov. Walker prepares to take the oath of office Monday, he outlines broad reforms he's considering in education, entitlements and property taxes.

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Now that Gov. Scott Walker has won reelection, conversation has been swirling about whether he’ll run for president.

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Republican Scott Walker has won another four years as Wisconsin governor, raising speculation about whether he’ll try to run for president in 2016.

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