Will Walker, Neumann turn down high-speed Internet money? | Wis.Community

Will Walker, Neumann turn down high-speed Internet money?

This sounds suspiciously like the federal stimulus money for high speed rail, which Scott Walker and Mark Neumann have both pledged to stop:

The University of Wisconsin System will receive more than $32 million in federal stimulus money to expand high-speed Internet access, U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl said Wednesday.

Will Walker and Neumann insist it be spent on highways instead? Or maybe on fax machines?

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Published

August 18, 2010 - 2:08pm

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