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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

 11:44 AM 

Scott Walker proposes anti-union policies ahead of Republican debate

In today's Walker Watch: Ahead of Wednesday's GOP debate, Gov. Scott Walker proposes sweeping reforms to federal union regulations while in Las Vegas, John Bolton takes Walker's place at a gathering of California Republicans, and pundits question the governor's ability to recover in the polls.


News/features

- Las Vegas Sun: In Las Vegas, Walker says he wants to ‘wreak havoc’ on Washington, unions

- NPR: Scott Walker's anti-union push may not prove so easy as president

- AP: Fierce response to Walker plan to bar federal public unions

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker proposes national right-to-work law and no bargaining for federal workers

- Wisconsin State Journal: Unions, Dems, fellow candidate deride Scott Walker plan to eliminate public sector labor unions, federal labor board

- New York Times: Walker details plan to curb the power of labor unions

- LA Times: In Nevada speech, Scott Walker to call for more union transparency

- Reuters: Scott Walker says he would target federal government unions if elected president

- Politico: Walker sinks despite anti-union message

- Sacramento Bee: John Bolton will replace Scott Walker at California GOP gathering

- The Blaze: Hillary accused Scott Walker of ‘bullying.’ A few hours later, he hit back with a blistering comment

- Huffington Post: Scott Walker calls food stamp drug testing 'a progressive thing'

- Caffinated Thoughts: Scott Walker announces Iowa leadership in all 99 counties

- Washington Post: Poll: Trump, Carson top GOP race; Clinton leads Dems but support drops

- Fox News: New polls: Hillary's support among women plunging, Trump making gains

- Politico: Poll: Carson jumps 12 points in New Hampshire


Opinion/analysis

- John Nichols: Walker’s economically (and politically) wrongheaded scheme to destroy unions

- Ed Straker: Can anything salvage Scott Walker's campaign?

- Kenneth Quinnell: Scott Walker won't even pretend to care about working people anymore

- Kevin Drum: Scott Walker is committed to making your life 'flexible'

- Marianne Levine: Scott Walker's last stand

- Paul Waldman: Walker’s race to the bottom

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