Foxconn bill gives Foxconn unprecedented expedited
appeals process, skipping state appeals court 

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Details of Walker’s 99 partial state budget vetoes

The governor plans to head to a school in Neenah to sign budget Thurs. 

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Package is largest in U.S. history offered by state to foreign corporation 

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Incentive package is largest in U.S. history,
10 times larger than any ever in Wisconsin

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Local Taxes will pay for 48 percent of that budget 

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Democrats, which had every amendment rejected, say deal prioritized wealthy 

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Democrats have offered over a dozen amendments, none of which have been adopted 

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Deal is all but done, waiting on Gov. Walker to get back from Asia to sign 

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The University of Wisconsin System budget request has $4 million set aside for diversity training.

The money would be spent creating curiculum and hiring staff.

That mandatory training for diversity, sensitivity and cultural fluency for faculty, staff and students might halt the budget.

A handful of Republican senators say that is one of a few items they need changed before casting vote.

UW-La Crosse chancellor Joe Gow says it was his understanding the training would just take place at UW-Madison.

Reports say the Senate doesn't have the necessary votes to pass the legislation.

Speaker of the House Robin Vos said Thursday, the list is a ransom note and, as far as the House was concerned, the budgeting process is over.

The budget was initially due July 1.

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Wisconsin about to give the biggest subsidy to a foreign company in U.S. history

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