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Monday, June 29, 2015

 11:58 AM 

Scott Walker courts Colorado conservatives


Gov. Scott Walker addresses conservatives in Colorado and reaction to the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of same-sex marriage in today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup.


News/features

- Washington Examiner: Scott Walker: Hillary Clinton is 'woefully out of touch with Main Street America'

- Colorado Springs Gazette: Scott Walker gives shout-out to Colorado Springs during Denver speech

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: In Colorado, Walker lists why he thinks he can beat Clinton

- Denver Post: Ready for 2016: GOP presidential hopefuls excite, repel at WCS

- Fox6 Milwaukee: Gov. Walker speaks to conservatives in Denver

- Denver Post: Carson wins conservative straw poll in Colorado for second year

- Denver Post: Gay marriage ruling divides conservatives at Denver gathering

- Politico: Walker goes mum on same-sex marriage

- CNN: Scott Walker calls for respect on same-sex marriage ruling

- New York Times: Scott Walker Calls for Amendment Allowing States to Define Marriage

- NPR: 'Abide by the law': Campaign trail responds to same-sex marriage ruling

- Washington Post: The GOP contenders react to the same-sex marriage decision


Opinion/analysis 

- Hugh Hewitt: Notes from a gathering of conservatives and candidates

- Penny Nance: Scott Walker's push for marriage Constitutional amendment exactly right

- Nik Nelson: Walker the warrior

- Joanne Brown: Mr. Walker, your self-absorption is showing

- PolitiFact: Scott Walker says most Americans support voter ID laws (Mostly True)




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