Madison, Wis. (AP) - E-mails released by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's office show the Republican has told Senate Democrats he is open to compromise on aspects of his plan to end most collective bargaining rights for public employees.
He lists other possible areas that could be subject to collective bargaining, including mandatory overtime, performance bonuses and hazardous duty pay.
Senate Democrats fled the state to avoid a vote on the bill. Since then at least a couple of the Democratic senators have been in discussions with