WAUSAU - Robert Kraig was unequivocal in Wausau on Monday.
"This is a horrible way to spend $3 billion," said the executive director of Citizen Action of Wisconsin at an event.
Citizen Action is strongly against the $3 billion in state tax incentives offered to Foxconn. The Taiwanese company plans to build a $10 billion electronics plant in southeastern Wisconsin. The state Assembly approved the plan by a 59-30 vote last week.
LAND O'LAKES - Millions of people all the over the U.S. looked up to see the first total eclipse here in almost 100 years. While we only had a partial eclipse here in the Northwoods, it made the first day of class for students at the Conserve School in Land O'Lakes one they'll likely never forget.
"It's nothing like anything I've ever actually experienced. It's very different from normal school, and we've gone outside for every class too," said student Nora Henson.
MILWAUKEE - MILWAUKEE (AP) - A federal appeals court says a Wisconsin man who was wrongly imprisoned for 23 years can sue the detective and two dentists he says conspired to frame him with bogus bite-mark evidence.
The Journal Sentinel reported that the full U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 6-4 in favor of Robert Lee Stinson, an outcome that reversed an earlier decision by a three-judge panel of the court.
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