Appeal to governor: Don’t stain legacy, veto bills
Attendees in the gallery listen during a special session of the Wisconsin state legislature this week at the Capitol in Madison. A bipartisan group of political figures has appealed to Gov. Scott Walker to avoid staining his legacy and behaving like a sore loser by signing legislation that would weaken the powers of the Democrat who defeated him. Walker, never one to shy away from a fight, gave no signs Thursday of tipping his hand.