- We know there's an impending fiscal doom looming. But plenty of frustration comes from the idea that no one seems to be working on a viable solution.
Now, Governor Walker hopes to convince President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden to work out a deal with Congress.
Walker and governors from five states met with the President today in Washington to talk about the Fiscal Cliff.
The bipartisan group made of three Republicans and three Democrats, urged the White House and Congress to work out a deal to avoid automatic tax hikes and spending cuts set to kick-in in January.
"As governors we think it's important that we have a seat at the table and we're part of these discussions both in terms of the impact it has on our finances and our economies in each of our respective states as in this country," Walker said.
President Obama wants to hold down tax rates for the lower and middle class and raise them for the wealthiest two percent of Americans.
Republicans object to any tax hike.
Without a deal, 90 percent of Americans' taxes are set to go up, beginning January first.
Story By: CNN