Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) appeared Friday on Fox News, and explained to Neil Cavuto that a judge's ruling Thursday that struck down his controversial anti-public employee union law, based on a procedure involved in passing it, would not be a major issue -- that the state is appealing the decision, and in any case they could simply re-pass the same law without the procedural defect.
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"Governor, what do you do now?" asked Cavuto.
"Well, for us, the clear thing that was -- we found out of that ruling is not that the law was not valid, but that the process was used, at least according to the circuit court, was not correct," said Walker.
"So, either next week when the Supreme Court starts to hear this case, either by the time they're done in June, or ultimately by the end of June, when we have to have the legislature passing a state budget -- one way or the other, either through the Supreme Court or the legislature, these reforms will be put into place, and we'll ultimately be able to protect middle-class jobs and middle-class taxpayers here in the state of Wisconsin."