MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Hundreds of pro-union labor supporters surrounded smaller groups of tea party members waiting for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to appear outside the Wisconsin Capitol.
Palin was scheduled to take the stage at noon for the tea party's annual tax day rally.
But labor supporters still smarting from the passage of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's polarizing bill eliminating most public employees' collective bargaining rights have been drowning out Palin's supporters, shouting, "Hey, hey, ho, ho, Scott Walker's got to go."
Walker is a Republican, and Palin is a former Republican vice presidential candidate.
People on the edges of the rally have been arguing with each other over the size of government and corporate power.
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