Governor Walker says Wisconsin is in a better position than other states to adjust to expected changes in the federal health care system.
House Republicans are working on a bill to replace former President Obama's reforms. Walker says the state didn't accept the Medicaid expansion, or set up a state-run insurance exchange.
He believes Republicans in Congress will make improvements to the proposal. Walker says whatever Congress does, the system will be better than what's currently in place.
The governor was in Green Bay yesterday, for a dinner hosted by the Brown County Republican Party.