“I’m not a socialist,” says the Wisconsin GOP pol in his tenth year enjoying millions of dollars annually in publicly-paid salary, free travel, staff budgets, and access to other perks obscure and treasured.
In total, among the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., Racine County and the Village of Mount Pleasant, consultants and other firms have been paid more than $5.3 million from 2017 to October 2019.
The ass-covering is going to pick up from the WisGOPs and local yokels that designed and signed off on this scam.
BREAKING: The U.S. budget deficit surpassed $1 trillion in the first 11 months of the fiscal year through August, according to data from the Treasury Department https://t.co/cVndXhFyxh — Bloomberg (@business) September 12, 2019
[Sen. Alberta] Darling’s spokesman, Bob Delaporte, said the senator proposed the bill because Smunt is one of her constituents.
CNBC is getting ready to unveil the annual rankings of America’s top states for business. CNBC’s Scott Cohn joins “Squawk Box” to report on the latest.
On July 9, WisconsinEye senior producer Steve Walters sat down with Milwaukee Journal Sentinel capitol reporter Molly Beck, Wisconsin State Journal capitol reporter Riley Vetterkind, and Wisconsin Radio Network news director Bob Hague to discuss the new $81 billion state budget.
From The White House’s official transcript:
This is just the beginning. This is one of the largest plants in the world. And when you think in terms of 20 million feet — if you build in Manhattan a million-foot building, that’s a very big building. They don’t get much bigger. And here you’re talking about more. Think of it: more than 20 million feet. And that’s probably going to be a minimal number.
So I’m thrilled to be here in the Badger State with the hardworking men and women of Foxconn working with you. Moments ago, we broke ground on a plant that will provide jobs for much more than 13,000 Wisconsin workers. (Applause.) Really something. Really something. Thank you, fellas.