“It is not very often that you’re able to bring an entire industry to a state, let alone an entire industry to America,” said Rep. Dale KooyengaRead More
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But, as Walker administration officials have pointed out in recent weeks, if Pennsylvania truly was broken-hearted about Foxconn’s departure, why was it so heavily courting the deal that Wisconsin appears to be on the brink of landing?Read More
Foxconn Technology Group’s plan to build a $10 billion high-tech manufacturing campus in southeast Wisconsin is one step closer to reality.Read More
The Pewaukee Republican, chairman of the Assembly Committee on Jobs and the Economy, told reporters in a press call Friday afternoon that the committee will vote on the bill and its seven additions Monday afternoon.Read More
Senate Republicans are ready to deal with the proposed Foxconn Technology Group deal, but finishing the budget remains a priority.Read More
“The way to judge this project is not by government revenues, not by government figures. It’s what it means to our overall economy,” said state Rep. Adam Neylon (R-Pewaukee), chairman of the Assembly’s Jobs and Economy committee.Read More
Waves of supporters testified before the Assembly Committee on Jobs and the Economy during an all-day hearing that spanned deep into Thursday night.Read More
Craig said it’s the Legislature’s responsibility to make sure “the horrible acts by government under the John Doe investigations never happen again.”Read More
Fitzgerald said his caucus, unlike Assembly Republicans, wants to see the Foxconn bill go through the Legislature’s budget committee.Read More
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