MADISON, Wis. (CBS) While the attorney general continues to appeal the same-sex marriage decision, the recent ruling could be a dividing point in the upcoming governor's race.
Governor Scott Walker voted for the same-sex marriage ban in 2006 and he re-affirmed Monday that his position on the issue "should not matter" to voters. However, his challenger says it does.
The governor speaking at a Madison college today about his initiative to put more disabled residents into the state's workforce, answered questions from reporters about the issue. Walker says the attorney general is obligated to continue an appeal of the marriage ban. Yet the governor says stating his position clearly on the issue - does not matter.
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