- Because they live in a world where most ideas actually rise or fall on merit, entrepreneurs can be a bit nave when it comes to how government works. The debate over the $57.7 billion Wisconsin state budget is a case in point.
As proposed by Gov. Jim Doyle
, the two-year budget contains some go......Full article >>>
ax increase, even if it's a user fee tied to a specific service, and some Democrats want to spend more than Doyle on some human services programs.
The combination means lawmakers from both sides could be tempted to raid dollars in one fund or another to pay for something else higher on their priority lists. It's possible that even modest economic development programs could be targets.
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enter. While other states are directly investing tens of millions of dollars in their tech economy, this $2 million proposal would help leverage private dollars at home and outside Wisconsin.
The case for investment
Toni Sikes, the founder and CEO of The Guild
, reminded the WIN audience that state government can help create the right cli......Full article >>>
il. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison.
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