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Wisconsin's failure to attract federal defense dollars crimps tech economy

Economists love to compare the performance of Minnesota and Colorado to Wisconsin. Theyre similarly sized states, all removed from the East and West coasts, and each lays claim to being a high-tech haven.

But the comparisons end when it comes to federal research spending on defense and aerospace industries. There, Wisconsin is a dismal third, and it helps to......

Full article >>> it is an also-ran in Wisconsin. The Department of Health and Human Services, which includes the National Institutes of Health, is the source of 70 cents out of every $1 spent on R&D by the federal government in Wisconsin.

Lamont lament

Members of the Ned Lamont wing of the Wisconsin Democratic Party may puf......

Full article >>> s form. This group was created to help bring more classified and sensitive research dollars to Wisconsin, which has the core scientific ability to carry out this vital national task while creating jobs at home.

Last weeks foiled plot to blow up U.S.-bound airliners from London shows the war on terror is far from won, regardless of how long American troops are stationed in Iraq. Wisconsin ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 08/14/06


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