Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) spent "nearly two years" studying the Affordable Care Act. What he discovered was that the central claim in a lawsuit seeking to convince the Supreme Court to gut Obamacare is wrong.
The Affordable Care Act does not say what the lawyers fighting to undermine it say it says, and that alone should be enough to resolve this case. Should the justices chose not to follow the law in this case, however, they should have no illusions about what will happen. Scott Walker has already told them.
Drug testing for public assistance recipients has found lower rates of drug use among people on the dole than among the general population, and costs taxpayers lots of money in the process. Gov. Scott Walker (R) plans to replicate that failure in Wisconsin.
Under fire for repealing Wisconsin's Equal Pay Enforcement Act, he has released a new television ad featuring his female lieutenant governor, dismissing the protections as nothing more than "more opportunity to sue."