Two Years Later, Scott Walker’s New Crusade is Entitlement Reform

MacIver News Service | March 13, 2013

[Madison, Wisc…] In 2011, Governor Scott Walker proposed sweeping reforms that helped state and local governments and school districts across Wisconsin manage labor costs. By reforming the labor negotiating process, Walker empowered workers and helped save billions. Now he’s taking on another budget buster: Entitlement Spending. In this exclusive interview with the John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy, Walker, a first term Republican governor, explains his plans to reform Medicaid, Unemployment Compensation and the Food Stamp program.