• Sen. Shilling: Foxconn tax break could exceed $1 million per job
    MADISON – State taxpayers could be on the hook for as much as $1.5 million per job under a newly released substitute amendment proposed by Assembly Republicans. According to the revised bill language, Foxconn could receive tax credits worth up to $1.5 million per job if the company creates and retains 1,000 jobs over a 15 year period.
  • Stop outsourcing before expanding tax breaks
    MADISON – A recent investigative report by WKOW-TV found that Gov. Walker’s jobs agency gave millions in taxpayer dollars to companies that outsourced Wisconsin jobs. Two companies specifically, Plexus Corp. and Eaton Corp., outsourced hundreds of Wisconsin jobs after receiving taxpayer subsidies from the Walker administration.
  • Is GOP anticipating a “Foxconn flop?”
    MADISON – Reality is setting in for Wisconsin communities that could have the rug pulled out from underneath them by Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn. As Gov. Walker promises thousands of jobs, the $3 billion corporate welfare plan put forward by his office commits the state to a bailout package if Foxconn walks away from the state and fails to invest in a new facility like they have done in the past.
  • Transportation Shutdown Begins in Wisconsin
    MADISON – With a budget more than one month overdue, Republican inaction has begun impacting Wisconsin jobs and jeopardizing local transportation projects. As a result of the Republican budget delay, work on three I-94 Zoo Interchange projects have hit a roadblock and construction bids have been delayed indefinitely.
  • Shilling cautious on Foxconn announcement
    MADISON – With today’s possible announcement that a foreign company is looking to locate a facility site in Wisconsin, Senator Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) released the following statement:


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Jennifer K. Shilling
State Senator
32nd Senate District



206 South, State Capitol
P.O. Box 7882
Madison, WI 53707-7882

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