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Academic R&D helps bring federal bucks back to Wisconsin

For reasons that range from the culture of its people to the size of its congressional delegation, Wisconsin is not a magnet for federal dollars. The state ranks 40th among the 50 states in federal balance of payments, meaning Wisconsin taxpayers send far more money to Washington than they get back. Wisconsin is 45th in per-capita federal spending......

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If the jobs created by academic research spending in Wisconsin were reported as a separate category within the labor market statistics of the state Department of Workforce Development, it would represent a substantial sector in its own right. For example, paper manufacturing directly employs 39,100 people in Wisconsin, printing 34,700, plastics and rubber products 34,600, and con......

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Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison.......

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