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Kenosha pulls out of Foxconn race

The city of Kenosha has informed Gov. Scott Walker that it is removing its pursuit of Foxconn, according to the Milwaukee Business Journal.

Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian had asked for some changes from the state to support its bid to host the $10B plant. Without that support, Kenosha bows out and it becomes more likely that the plant will be built in the village of Mount Pleasant in Racine County.

That is, if the state legislation authorizing a special tax-credit district for Foxconn Technology Group passes both houses of the Wisconsin Legislature this week. If so, it heads to Gov. Scott Walker’s desk.

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Sep 13, 2017 08:39 am
 Posted by  Anonymous

Smart move as we know from Epic you don't need to house the business and deal with the headaches to benefit from it . Kenosha will get the benefits without the hassles. And the Republicans probabl ywant it in Mt Pleasant anyway

Sep 13, 2017 12:06 pm
 Posted by  Anonymous

WI needs to pull out of Foxconn deal all together. It is a bad deal for our State and our environment, which cannot be fixed or replaced. The lack of transparency of the 'deal and the 'process' is also alarming.

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