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Broadband deployment measure goes to governor

Madison, Wis. Companion bills designed to stimulate broadband deployment and economic growth have passed the Wisconsin Legislature and now await the signature of governor Jim Doyle, who has expressed support for the legislation.

The bills, Assembly Bill 892 and Senate Bill 483, are known as the Broadband Deployment Act. They would provide $7.5 million in income tax credits to pro......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/26/06


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