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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

 2:28 PM 

Scott Walker's health care plan draws praise, criticism

In today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup: reaction to Walker's health care plan, Trump remains in the lead and Walker takes aim at Washington.


News/features

- CNN: Walker's health care plan: Repeal Obamacare, replace it with conservative alternative

- Wall Street Journal: Scott Walker Unveils Health-Care Plan

- Wisconsin State Journal: Scott Walker: I will repeal Obamacare on Day 1 of presidency

- Bloomberg: Scott Walker's Obamacare Replacement Plan Is Popular With Republicans—But Can It Work?

- Minnesota Public Radio: Walker says his health plan puts families 'back in charge'

- Northland News: Walker talks about Obamacare

- Reuters: Walker proposes health tax credits by age, not income

- Huffington Post: Bobby Jindal Blasts Scott Walker's Health Plan As Too Liberal

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker unveils health care plan, emphasizing Obamacare repeal

- Twin Cities Pioneer Press: Scott Walker, in Twin Cities, offers health plan with tax credits

- Politico: Walker campaign screens reporters' questions

- CNN: Post-debate, Trump pulls clear of competition

- NBC: A Rough Summer for Onetime GOP Frontrunners

- Washington Post: Donald Trump and Scott Walker want to repeal birthright citizenship. It’s nearly impossible  

- Christian Science Monitor: Scott Walker immigration flip shows how Trump is reshaping 2016 race

- Washington Post: Fading in the polls, Scott Walker aims to attract Trump voters

- Los Angeles Times: Scott Walker sides with Trump on immigration and offers alternative to Obamacare

- Daily Mail: Scott Walker says he also wants to build a wall along the U.S. border like Israel's West Bank barrier

- Wisconsin State Journal: In the season of political outsiders, Scott Walker seeks his niche

- New York Times: Scott Walker to Increase Attacks on Washington

- CNN: Facing Trump surge, Walker adopts harder anti-Washington edge

- Capital Times: With Scott Walker in Minnesota, MinnPost writes that most in Wisconsin pay more in taxes


Opinion/analysis 

- Scott Walker: Get DC out of our health care

- David A. Fahrenthold and Jenna Johnson: Republicans’ Obamacare ‘repeal and replace’ dilemma joins presidential contest

- Michael Hiltzik: Walker's healthcare plan is perfect, if you want almost no insurance at all

- Philip Elliott: Scott Walker’s Obamacare Replacement Sounds Familiar

- Paul Waldman: What Scott Walker and Marco Rubio don't want you to know about their health care plans

- Charles Pierce:  Scott Walker's Lies at the Fairgrounds

- Capital Times editorial: Scott Walker and Ron Johnson are shameless — and shameful — on the Iran deal

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