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    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker speaks to reporters Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013, at World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis. Walker says no decision has been reached yet on whether the state will shift state employees from health maintenance organizations to a state self-insured program. (AP Photo/Scott Bauer)



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    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker speaks to reporters Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013, at World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis. Walker says no decision has been reached yet on whether the state will shift state employees from health maintenance organizations to a state self-insured program. (AP Photo/Scott Bauer)


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    Rep. Paul Ryan (right) and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker are Republicans from the same state who have been mentioned as 2016 presidential candidates. Mr. Walker has said he would not compete against his fellow Wisconsinite in a primary. (associated press)


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    Divisive: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker delivered a well-received speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference this year, but he made some enemies among advocates of collective bargaining rights for state workers. (Associated Press photographs)


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    Gov. Scott Walker, Wisconsin Republican, (right) played the role of host, welcoming his counterparts from across the country. Some of the governors thought to have potential presidential ambitions were a study in contrasts at the Milwaukee meeting. (Associated Press)


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    Gov. Scott Walker, Wisconsin Republican, (right) played the role of host, welcoming his counterparts from across the country. Some of the governors thought to have potential presidential ambitions were a study in contrasts at the Milwaukee meeting. (Associated Press)


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