- Associated Press - Monday, January 5, 2015

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Wisconsin Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling says she expects Republican Gov. Scott Walker will play things very cautiously in his second term.

Shilling, a La Crosse Democrat, told reporters during a news conference ahead of Walker’s second-term inauguration Monday that the last four years with Walker at the helm and Republicans in complete control of the Legislature were difficult.

She says Walker knows the eyes of the nation are on him as he mulls a presidential bid. She expects him to be quote “very careful, very scripted, very disciplined” about his agenda.

Before the news conference began a television cameraman asked Shilling to move a roll of paper towels on the table in front of her. Shilling joked she might need them to mop up Republican messes.

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