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Doyle partially vetoes SE Wisconsin technology grant

Madison, Wis. - After months of debate and restructuring Gov. Jim Doyle has signed the Wisconsin state budget for 2005-2007 - at the expense of the Biomedical Technology Alliance.

In the final budget, Doyle announced he was exercising a partial veto on a proposed grant of $2.5 million to the BTA, an organization of universities, vend......

Full article >>> said the BTA knew the grant would likely get lowered in the final budget, since members of Doyle's administration had been in touch with BTA leaders and informed them of the possibility.

Hendee said the BTA will not be taking the lowered grant for seed funding but will be using the funds to work directly with the state, helping Doyle use the money to uncover new avenues of investment. On......

Full article >>> said the lowered funds are yet another sign of Doyle's "nickel-and-dime administration" abusing its veto power, which is the broadest state veto power in the nation.

"If Doyle wanted to pay for the BTA, he could have found funding from a variety of ways," Kanavas said. "Jim Doyle isn't interested in growth; he's interested in November 2006."

Kanavas said he would continue to ca......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 07/25/05


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