Slow-Walk Meaning

(idiomatic, transitive, chiefly politics) To delay a request or command, to drag one's feet, to stall, to obstruct, to drag out a process.

Example: 1973, testimony in United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit case (regarding labor dispute):[1]
  many of the men were simply standing around and were purposely ‘slow-walking’ the stretch out the term of employment.