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WILL moves veto complaint to Supreme Court, and files complaint with WEC

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The Market for Voting Machines Is Broken. This Company Has Thrived in It.

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In the glare of the hotly contested 2018 elections, things did not go ideally for ES&S, the nation’s largest manufacturer of voting technology.

Broadband Expansion: Better Broadband

State Senator Jeff Smith

After spending three days in Denver for a Broadband Summit with legislators from across the country, I came away with even more of an urgency to help Wisconsin catch up to other states on broadband internet expansion.

 

Eau Claire Foxconn Innovation Center on Hold

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Yesterday Wisconsin Public Radio that the Foxconn  Innovation Centers throughout the state are on hold, as Foxconn concentrates on their facilities in southeastern Wisconsin. Certainly this comes as no great surprise to anyone who has been following the development of the promised centers in Eau Claire. 

Jeff Smith - Our Financial Future

Senator Jeff Smith

October is “Financial Planning Month,” so we should all think about how we plan for our financial future, especially this week as we recognize “Save for Retirement Week” and “Get Smart about Credit Day” on Thursday.

 

WILL moves veto complaint to Supreme Court, and files complaint with WEC

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Today the State Supreme Court agreed to hear a brought by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, which claimed that the vetoes that Governor Evers used in the last budget are new laws, rather than vetoes of laws that were passed in the legislature.

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