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Kanavas says Wisconsin has no more excuses

Milwaukee, Wis. - One of the most active legislative periods from the standpoint of technology has come to a close, and a key legislator says the state has no more excuses when it comes to building a technology-based economy.

State Senator Ted Kanavas, R-Brookfield, stopped short of saying all the legislature's tech......

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"Today, there are reasons to take a company from one state to another," Heesen said, citing factors like taxes, workforce quality, and legal climate. "States that are friendly to capital formation should reap the benefits."

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The Doyle Administration, lawmakers, and telecommunications firms have championed broadband expansion, but Kanavas preached patience. "Broadband will help on the marg......

Full article >>> funding in this legislative session. The BTA is caught up in the stem cell debate, but Kanavas said 90% of what the alliance attempts to accomplish for southeastern Wisconsin has nothing to do with stem cells.

"We've got to expand Milwaukee's ability to create IT companies," he said. "Transforming Milwaukee is `job one' as we move forward."

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 06/01/06


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