Barca plays both sides, criticizing process and supporting deal
Two Republicans voted against, while three Dems near the plant’s proposed site, voted for
Democrats argued the proposal should be improved to protect taxpayers, workers and the environment
All 22 Democratic amendments to bill were denied
Budget committee could hold hearing early next week
Group argues why investments going to Foxconn, not Wisconsin education, health care …
Incentives would exempt company from host of environmental regulations
Manufacturing giant could spark investment, entrepreneurship
Company could build right by Illinois border, bringing in out-of-state jobs.
Hope is Foxconn could utilize businesses from all over state.
Wisconsin Republican senators have lots of unanswered questions about plant’s $3 billion incentive plan.
Plant will produce LCD that are used in televisions and computer screens.
Foxconn could receive up to $3 billion in incentives over 15 years from Wisconsin.
Gov. Walker said state would offer $3 billion in incentives, along with tax exemptions.
Taiwanese company could bring in 10,000 jobs.
First time high-level state officials have acknowledged news publicly.