WPR's Shawn Johnson brought a little sunlight to slick Scott Walker's sudden commitment to 20 week abortion ban:
Gov. Scott Walker's announcement that he will sign a law that would ban abortions after 20 weeks came a day after he'd been called out by a national conservative group for not doing enough to stop abortion. On Monday, Frank Cannon of the American Principles Project blasted Walker for not taking a harder stand against abortion ... The very next day, Walker's campaign promised to do just that.
Johnson then pointed out Walker's non-answer before the Journal Sentinel board during his campaign for another term, a touchy subject he knew could blow up...here's the audio with Shawn Johnson's report and video clip of the Journal Sentinel Q&A of slick Scott:
Walker repeatedly declined to say whether he'd support banning abortions after 20 weeks.
"Those are all things we'd have to look at in a future session out there," he said.
This latest move by Walker also came after he promised to sign a right-to-work law, despite saying for years that right to work would not happen under his watch.