Gov. Jim Doyle on Tuesday announced a combination of new and existing tax credits aimed at helping manufacturing companies.
Doyle also said the state would provide $1.2 million for the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership, a Madison organization that offers technical training on lean manufacturing and other strategies to help manufacturers remain competitive….[snip]
Under Doyle’s plan, called “Next Generation Manufacturing,” five existing tax credit programs would be consolidated into an $85 million tax credit program meant to assist companies that are creating jobs and training workers.
Change of heart? The governor spent most of 2007 trying to raise taxes.
Here are more details of the Governor’s Next Generation Manufacturing Plan.
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