MADISON, Wis. - Gov. Scott Walker talked about health care with President Barack Obama at the White House Wednesday afternoon.
Walker and the five other governors discussed their relationship with the federal government.
"The things we honed in on, the things we talked about with the president and vice president about -- worker training, infrastructure when it comes to transportation, energy supplies, which we have abundantly here in this country and North America," Walker said.
Walker is part of the bipartisan National Governor's Association Executive Committee meeting in Washington, D.C. this week.
Walker said they expressed concerns about being able to do what they think is best for their states when it comes to the Health Care Reform Law.
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