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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

 4:06 PM 

Walker, Bush spar over Iran strategy

After a day in Wisconsin for bill signings and a WEDC board meeting, Gov. Scott Walker's various political entities report raising more than $32 million in the first half of the year. Also, Walker and Jeb Bush take differing stances on dealing with Iran.

News/features

- WisPolitics.com: Walker-affiliated groups raise more than $32 million

- Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Scott Walker, groups supporting him report raising $32 million

- Huffington Post: Walker and Bush clash over when to go after Iran -- Day One Or Two

- Politico: Jeb Bush vs. Scott Walker: Round 1 of a long brawl

- Washington Post: Scott Walker: We might have to take military action on Day One

- Politico: Poll: Walker leads in Iowa, followed by Trump

- Des Moines Register: Trump second to Walker in new Iowa survey: Monmouth poll taken before Trump’s McCain-hero remark

- Fox News: GOP presidential hopeful Scott Walker signs abortion ban bill

- Politico: Scott Walker signs Wisconsin abortion bill

- New York Times: Scott Walker proposes shutting Wisconsin ethics board

- NPR: Scott Walker's 'Kohl's Curve,' Explained

- The Daily Beast: Scott Walker’s Many Answers on Gay Rights

Opinion/analysis

- Simon Maloy: Scott Walker’s deranged hawkishness

- Richard Cohen: Is Scott Walker ignorant by choice?

- E.J. Dionne Jr.: The John Kasich vs. Scott Walker debate

- John Nichols: In Scott Walker's Wisconsin, 'Anything Goes' for his rich cronies

- Ira Stoll: What GOP Debate Moderators Should Ask Jeb Bush and Gov. Scott Walker



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