Gov. Walker Claims Pensions, Health Care Benefits Were "The Only Changes We Made" For Public Workers

September 26, 2011 11:50 am ET

From the September 26, 2011, edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe:

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GOV. SCOTT WALKER: The only changes we made were actually asking all public employees, including teachers, to pay a little bit more for pension, a little bit more for health care, just like I do as well, as did the lawmakers who voted for this.

Previously:

MYTH: Gov. Walker's Proposal Doesn't Eliminate Collective Bargaining

MYTH: Gov. Walker's Proposal Is Just About Balancing The Budget

CLAIM: Gov. Walker Claimed That Collective Bargaining Is "Our Problem" In Budget Terms, And His Proposal Is "The Solution"

CLAIM: Ed Gillespie Claimed That In Wisconsin, "We're Not Talking About Eliminating Collective Bargaining"

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