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Walker: war on women is job creation plan

Gosh, it all looked like a war on women to me.  Not just in Wisconsin, but across the country. 0, Walker and J. B. VanHollen made it clear that lowering the penalty for inequity in pay wasn't against women, but was in fact a job creation bill.  Well, that explains it -- here I'd thought that the GOP hadn't passed any job creation bills, but apparently I was wrong. The paternalism of all of this is revolting.  I am also a little confused by the idea of "public signing".  Most of these signings are happening at very closed events which are announced at the last minute.

"We care about their future," Walker said. "That's really what we need to be waging our time and efforts on and that's why when I do public signings, I focus on bills that I think will make a better future for our state."

"Most of the legislation signed by the governor today makes tremendous advances in the protection of women, so I would submit it's just the opposite of what you suggest," said Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen, answering Walker's critics.

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April 11, 2012 - 10:43am

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