MADISON, Wis. (AP) — It took only seven weeks for Republican Scott Walker to push the Wisconsin Capitol into chaos.The new governor has set his sights on forcing public workers to pay more for benefits as he looks to balance the state's budget. He's also backing a bill that would take away nearly all their collective bargaining rights.Democrats call the 43-year-old son of a preacher a dictator, but they're no longer in control of the Wisconsin Legislature. Walker has support from the new Republican majority.The governor insists his bill to force concessions from public employees is all about balancing the budget and not busting unions. He also says no one should be surprised by his actions. He made his plans clear during his campaign.Union leaders say they were blindsided.