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Republican Govs Wary
17 Dec 2012

Republican Govs Wary

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is maintaining his position that right-to-work legislation would be too divisive to pursue. Ohio Gov. John Kasich told reporters on Monday that right-to-work legislation wasn’t crucial to his agenda, and that he hasn’t been following the developments in Michigan. And Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett said Monday that his state legislature doesn’t have the will to pass a right-to-work law. Walker and Kasich have already felt the sting of union backlash, and Corbett has no interest in joining them.

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