Governor candidate Flynn claims Foxconn numbers are false, vows to terminate the contract


In the wake of the Walker Administration’s release of records on the corrupt Foxconn deal, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Matt Flynn today charged Walker with deliberately misleading the public about the deal’s costs and benefits. > Urban Milwaukee

Wisconsin wants break on ozone rules in advance of Foxconn development


Despite evidence that southeast Wisconsin is violating new and tougher emissions standards for smog, state officials are asking the Trump administration to ignore a recent federal finding and conclude the state is complying with the law. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Foxconn could spell trouble for Walker


Gov. Walker’s announcement of the Foxconn deal last summer was thought to be a home run for his reelection prospects. But with the latest Marquette Law School poll showing  northern Wisconsinites aren’t thrilled with the deal, believing it will mainly benefit the Milwaukee area, Walker’s divide-and-conquer strategy could backfire. > Isthmus

Governor candidate Wachs speaks out on Foxconn deal


Dana Wachs, on a campaign swing through Kenosha this week, said his courtroom career would serve him well if elected governor. Considered by some a front-runner among 17 seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, Wachs contrasted himself with Gov. Scott Walker on a number of issues, including Foxconn. > Kenosha News

Racine’s bid to use Lake Michigan water for Foxconn comes under fire


In order to get water to Foxconn, the Racine Water Utility hopes to pipe Lake Michigan water from the Great Lakes basin across Racine County. While advocates of bringing Foxconn to Mount Pleasant stood behind that water plan, people in the crowd at the public hearing Wednesday remained unconvinced. > Milwaukee Public Radio

Marquette Law School releases latest poll on wide swath of Wisconsin voting issues

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Marquette Law School released its latest poll Monday, releasing its findings on what Wisconsinites are thinking about President Trump, the Wisconsin incumbents running in 2018, those who are challenging them, the state of the state, Foxconn, gun control, immigration, and Russia. > Marquette University Law School

Marquette poll: Wisconsin voters think state overpaid on Foxconn deal


In the most extensive polling to date on the multibillion dollar Foxconn deal, the Marquette University Law School poll found that 49% of voters think the Foxconn factory won’t be worth its cost to taxpayers, while 38% think it will. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel