Foxconn sub amendment would add worker training money, promote Wisconsin workers

QUORUM CALL

The state would provide $20 million in new money to develop a plan to meet the possible job demands of a new Foxconn plant while requiring WEDC to promote Wisconsin workers “when practically possible,” under a substitute amendment released today.

According to a summary of the changes from the speaker’s office, the amendment would clarify language to ensure tax credits don’t apply until a job is created with a minimum salary of $30,000 a year.

See more in today’s PM Update.

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