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In a fast-paced economy, lawmakers must pick up speed

Madison, Wis. - For reasons that may be as innocent as a choked calendar, legislative progress has stalled on a bill that would trade Wisconsin's city-by-city regulation of the cable television industry for statewide video franchises. The bill, which would create jobs, help many consumers and speed new technologies to the market, passed the Gov. Jim Doyle's state budget bill, for example, two ideas designed to leverage the state's existing economic resources may also miss the window of opportunity.

The first and largest is Doyle's proposal to create a $30-million g......

Full article >>> Either or both ideas could find their way back into the budget by the time it reaches Doyle's desk later this summer. If not, however, the state would have missed well-crafted opportunities to help industries poised for growth.

The quick and the dead

In today's global marketplace, the rules of evolution are simple. It's not the strong or the big who survive, but the quick.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 06/05/07


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