Scott Walker's position on an Arizona-style immigration law for Wisconsin has been a moving target.
In May 2010, while running for governor, Walker said he had serious concerns with Arizona's law, which requires police to ask people about their immigration status if they suspect the person is in the country illegally.
Just days later, he reversed course and pledged to sign such a measure if he were elected.
Then in December 2012, as governor, Walker appeared to reverse course again, saying he would fight to prevent an Arizona-style immigration bill from getting to his desk if lawmakers pursued it. He declined to say if he would sign or veto such a bill.
Finally, Walker said in July 2013 he supports a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, but his spokesman, Tom Evenson, said Walker hasn't endorsed a specific policy.
Regardless of where Walker now stands on passing an Arizona-style immigration law, since we're more than half way into his term and there's been no progress toward such a bill, we rate this promise Stalled.