Members of the National Governors Association (NGA) Executive Committee, including Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (center), talk to reporters outside the West Wing of the White House in Washington on Tuesday after their meeting with President Barack Obama regarding the fiscal cliff.
Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton of Minnesota and Republican Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin might not see eye-to-eye on the nation's health care law, but they stand shoulder-to-shoulder about the "fiscal cliff" and its potential impact on their states.
Dayton, who has embraced the Affordable Care Act, and Walker, who has rejected it, were among a bipartisan group of governors - three Democrats, three Republicans - whom President Barack Obama invited to the White House on Tuesday for a discussion on the looming fiscal crisis.
Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Dayton and Walker said they ...