The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel changed its headline overnight. Fortunately, WisPolitics preserved it.
From the J-S article:
Would the Wisconsin Legislature be willing to adopt many of the provisions in the Affordable Care Act?
That would have to happen for Gov. Scott Walker to make good on his promise last week to ensure that people with pre-existing health conditions have access to insurance if Wisconsin and 19 other states succeed in having the law declared unconstitutional.
Here’s one reason: The Affordable Care Act requires insurers to cover specific health benefits, including prescription drugs for almost every medical condition.
The answer to the question is a big, fat NO.
It's going to be years before the Democrats regain control of the Assembly, where they are currently outnumbered 64-35, a margin too large for a single blue wave to wash away.
UPDATE. Weasel words with a side of fawning: Scott Walker finally speaks out on Trump uproar. (8/17/2017)