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Thursday, July 16, 2015

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With John Doe behind him, Walker campaigns in New Hampshire

The Wisconsin Supreme Court stops a John Doe probe into Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign, Walker continues his campaign blitz after travel delays with two stops in New Hampshire, and more in today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup.


News/features

- Washington Post: Scott Walker clears big legal hurdle in Wisconsin

- AP: Wisconsin top court ends Walker investigation

- Wisconsin State Journal: Supreme Court ends John Doe probe that threatened Scott Walker's presidential bid

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin Supreme Court ends John Doe probe into Scott Walker's campaign

- Boston Herald: Scott Walker hits N.H. for first official 2016 campaign event

- McClatchy: Is Scott Walker paying enough attention to New Hampshire?

- Christian Science Monitor: Why the New Hampshire primary is thriving, despite dire warnings

- Bloomberg: Scott Walker Confronts the Rigors of the Presidential Campaign Trail

- Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Scott Walker blasts Iran nuke deal in Atlanta campaign stop

- ABC: Scott Walker Returns to the McDonalds Where He Once Flipped Burgers and Shows Us How It’s Done

- The Tennessean: Scott Walker to speak at fundraiser in Franklin

- New York Times: Walker Clarifies Remark That Gay Scout Leader Ban ‘Protected Children’

- Christian Science Monitor: Why Scott Walker opposes the Boy Scouts decision to allow gay scout leaders

- Capital Times: Scott Walker backs off on supporting Boy Scouts' ban on gay leaders

- Washington Post: Scott Walker: Boy Scouts should decide if they want gay leaders, not me

- Bloomberg: Santorum Jumps to Right of Cruz, Walker on Same-Sex Marriage Constitutional Amendment

- Mother Jones: Scott Walker Has a Texas-Sized Fundraising Problem

- Fox6 Milwaukee: Invited in, but then asked to leave: Dem Rep. Mandela Barnes talks about experience at Walker event

- The State: Walker on Haley: A ‘great leader,’ but too soon for VP talk

- Capital Times: Scott Walker tells Laura Ingraham he doesn't believe abortion should be between a woman and her doctor

- Des Moines Register: 8 things to watch for at GOP's Family Leadership Summit


Opinion/analysis

- Christian Schneider:  Think Gov. Scott Walker is 'divisive'? Think again

- CMD’s Mary Bottari and Brendan Fischer: The disappearance of John Doe

- Sunnivie Brydum: Who Does Scott Walker Think the Boy Scouts' Gay Ban 'Protected?'

- Windsor Mann:  Scott Walker armed with platitudes, ready for victory

- Richard Grusin: Fear of a Scott Walker presidency

- Aliyah Frumin:  Walker crows about crushing unions as Big Labor prepares to pounce

- Sikivu Hutchinson: Why Prison Warden Scott Walker Must Be Stopped

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