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Doyle and the Legislature Have Much To Agree Upon When It Comes To The Economy

MADISON Remember this summers property tax freeze budget proposal? Legislative Republicans voted for it because they thought it was great politics; many of them were less convinced the freeze was good policy and secretly hoped Doyle would veto it.

Thats how it may be with Democrats and Gov. Jim Doyles proposal to raise the state minimum wage, which is currently $5.15 per hour. Theyll che......

Full article >>> ted by the governor would deploy $300 million in seed and venture capital over 10 years through a new state authority that would invest in capital funds managed by experienced investment professionals. The focus of this fund would be start-up or early stage companies, most of which are technology-based. The authority would be funded annually with $10 million in state general-purpose revenues, $10 ......

Full article >>> through the Wisconsin Retirement System. There would be no cost to the state.

Senate Republicans would also seek tax credits and deferrals for private investors in seed funds. Investors in Wisconsin start-up companies would get a deferral of the gain that would otherwise be recognized upon the sale of an investment in a start-up, if that investment is rolled over into an investment into a......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 09/22/03


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