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Theres more than a bit of mystery, but attracting 'Big Pharma' is good for the state

It has all the makings of a Hollywood hit a mysterious drug company... money local heroes trying to do what's right for their community even a "leading lady" of sorts.

But it's not "The Constant Gardener," the film that won a Best Supporting Actress award this week for Rachel Weisz. Rather, it is the true-to-life story of how Abbott Laboratories Inc., one of......

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"Commerce has been working with Abbott for over a year to identify a suitable site large enough for a potential Abbott campus," said Commerce Secretary Mary Burke, who joined Gov. Jim Doyle's administration after a successful career with Trek Bicycles. "We're delighted they have completed their acquisition of nearly 500 acres and are proud to support this proje......

Full article >>> symbol of the "Rust Belt," Kenosha could become an emerging star in a Midwest "Bio Belt."

The local leaders and state officials who helped pull together the Abbott loan have a long way to go before someone is turning a shovel full of dirt in Kenosha County, but the future looks promising. Hold your applause to the end, but this movie could have a happy ending.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 03/07/06


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