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Scott Walker sets priorities for second half of term

11:17 PM, Jan. 5, 2013
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Gov. Scott Walker vows that none of the legislation he supports this session will prompt massive protests like those that rocked the state Capitol soon after he became governor in 2011 and unveiled a plan to all but end collective bargaining for most public workers.

"We're not going to do things that are going to bring 80,000 or 100,000 people into the Capitol," Walker told the State Journal in a recent interview. "It's just not going to happen again."

But as Walker enters the final two years of his first term and prepares his 2013-14 budget, he'll be facing dual challenges, observers said. ...

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