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Scott Walker wants to make it easier for the unemployed to get jobs

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker provided some important clues earlier this week on how he would approach a campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Speaking during his annual State of the State address to the Wisconsin legislature, Walker proposed $800 million in tax cuts he said were made possible by the $912 million state surplus that has resulted from policies he put in place...

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