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Wisconsin 2020: A vision from a state senator

Lets say we get it done. We enact and implement all of the great ideas floating around Wisconsin on how to improve our economy. Lets paint a picture of what that economy will look like in the year 2020.

First, take a look at the list of what needs to be accomplished. Capping the growth of government, regulatory relief, venture capital formation, eliminating ......

Full article >>> ucational institutions (like WARF at UW-Madison) stopped looking 1000 miles away for capital and decided to keep our companies and people in Wisconsin - not San Diego. Conversely, investors woke up to the fact that there is no need for a direct flight from Milwaukee to Madison. Ideas and talented people matter most.

These new companies have leveraged those people and their intellectual pr......

Full article >>> state cannot continue to waste hundreds of millions of dollars on information technology services without a set of clear and concise goals. It just cannot happen anymore. Government spending and taxation practices can no longer continue as they are.

We must reform our most important government institutions. Our education system is a strong, but it has a weak link. Unless the children of M......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Sen. Ted Kanavas 11/30/04


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