Mary Spicuzza -- Milwaukee - Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
In the wake of criticism that he has flip-flopped over illegal immigration, Gov. Scott Walker is now wading into the issue of legal immigration.
In an interview with conservative talk show host Glenn Beck Monday, the Republican governor and likely 2016 presidential candidate was asked about his shifting position on immigration.
Walker repeated his recent comments that he used to support "amnesty," or a path to citizenship for immigrants in the United States illegally, but does not anymore, saying he's since learned more about the issue.
In the past, the governor has focused most of his comments on illegal immigration. But in his interview with Beck, Walker also waded into the issue of legal immigration, and suggested that he supports limiting that, too, in an effort to protect American workers.
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Updated: Tue, May 5th 2015 @ 11:25am EDT