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Monday, August 24, 2015

 12:24 PM 

Walker now says he doesn’t back repealing birthright citizenship

In today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup: Gov. Scott Walker says he doesn't support eliminating birthright citizenship from the Constitution, and Walker makes a southern swing before planning another visit to Iowa.


News/features

- Washington Post: On birthright citizenship, Scott Walker takes yet another stance: Don’t change the Constitution

- Capital Times: Reince Priebus: Having Donald Trump in the race a 'net positive' for GOP

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Two Midwest GOP governors with very different presidential campaigns

- Wisconsin State Journal: In presidential debate on immigration, Scott Walker struggles to find his voice

- ABC: Scott Walker Says He’s Not Seeking to Repeal 14th Amendment

- FOX News: Walker appears to take third stance in seven days on birthright citizenship issue

- CNBC: Scott Walker talks birthright citizenship

- CNN: Scott Walker on birthright citizenship: 3 positions, 7 days

- Politico: Scott Walker doesn’t support repealing birthright citizenship

- Fiscal Times: Scott Walker Adjusts His Immigration Stance. Again

- Alabama.com: Scott Walker boasts 'solid conservative' credentials in Alabama

- The Tennessean: Scott Walker says South is important to his campaign

- Breitbart: Ted Cruz, Dr. Ben Carson, Scott Walker Highlight Faith and Freedom BBQ in South Carolina

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Reasonable Muslims? 'A handful,' Walker says

- Wisconsin State Journal: Scott Walker lets 'handful of reasonable' Muslims remark stand

- AP: Walker's health plan hinges on a tricky subsidy rollback

- CNN: Walker stumbles through Black Lives Matter question

- Wisconsin State Journal: To counter Donald Trump, Scott Walker refocuses campaign on passion, policy

- Capital Times: Scott Walker follows Donald Trump on ABC, acknowledges 'real frustration' with politicians

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: GOP leaders dispute Scott Walker's account of union battle

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker backs bill to block federal money for Planned Parenthood

- Des Moines Register: Scott Walker plans seven western Iowa stops

- Des Moines Register: 20 memorable political moments at Iowa State Fair


Opinion/analysis 

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial: Gov. Scott Walker: Wrong again on immigration

- Sam Stein: Walker Completes The Journey Back To Not Repealing The 14th Amendment

- Chris Rickert: Walker needs new story to illustrate Act 10 'reform'

- Esther Yu-Hsi Lee: Scott Walker On Meeting With Black Lives Matter: ‘Who Knows Who That Is?’

- Lou Dubose: The Email Trail That Proves Scott Walker’s Collusion


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