County Board Passes Foxconn Resolution

The Kenosha County Board officially supports Foxconn coming to the area. The board passed a resolution supporting the plan-which would bring the company to the area and give them three billion dollars in tax breaks-at their meeting last night. The state Assembly is set to vote on their version of the plan tomorrow. The state Senate could vote next week.



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