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Months before historic flooding, Republicans put Foxconn first, environment second

Deregulation this year filled in one of Wisconsin's last natural defenses against flooding, prompting serious need to rethink environmental policy

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Influx of Foxconn workers may damage job quality for skilled Wisconsinites

Given that Wisconsin's unemployment rate is so low, it's time to discuss the quality of Foxconn's jobs

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Don’t look behind the curtain: $100 million Foxconn gift distraction from key issues

Scientific research money may be plus, but Foxconn does more harm for Wisconsin than good

UW-Madison Campus

Foxconn invests $100 million in UW research, announces partnership

Included in the funding is the establishment of the Foxconn Institute for Research in Science and Technology, to be housed in UW College of Engineering.

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Foxconn’s free pass on air pollution costs Wisconsinites their health

Limiting environmental restrictions to certain regions may give business an edge, but unjust to public

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Condemning Foxconn entirely will blow up in Democrats’ faces

Rather than criticizing entire plan, Democrats should at least posit plan will thrive more under their supervision

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Walker’s booming economy beneficial for Wisconsinites, increases his chance at reelection

From Foxconn to sales tax holiday, Walker's comprehensive economic policy should scare Democratic gubernatorial candidates

UW-Madison Campus

Gov. Scott Walker expresses optimism about future of GOP in Wisconsin with College Republicans

Conservatives can have an impact in a place as liberal as Madison, Walker said

State of Wisconsin

Dept. of Justice fears Eau Claire lawsuit could jeopardize Foxconn deal

Dispute concerns $1.5 million spent on Confluence Performing Arts Center in Eau Claire

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Foxconn will remembered as historic, successful economic reform for Wisconsin

Economic benefits are clear, Wisconsinites can expect surge in jobs created