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Walker: I'm not a 'union-buster'

On The Daily Rundown today, Chuck Todd interviewed Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, whose proposal raising public employees' health care and pension contributions while taking away most of their collective bargaining rights has sparked large protests in Madison, the capital city.

According to NBC's Libby Leist, Walker defended his plan, saying he's not a "union-buster" but rather that his priority is reducing the state's $3.6 billion budget deficit.