MADISON (WKOW) — The future of Foxconn made national headlines last week that caused confusion on their plans and commitment to Wisconsin. Now that the company had a conversation with President Donald Trump to make high-tech display screens, Wisconsin Technology Council President Tom Still weighs in on the competitive market.
Still also shares his column “Global trend and market are behind Foxconn’s possible pivot,” and why he believed all along the company would employ manufacturing and research and development jobs.
Plus, Clean Wisconsin’s Vice President of Government Relations Amber Meyer Smith discusses Governor Tony Evers pledge to clean up the state’s drinking water and well contamination. Governor Evers said he plans to name someone responsible under DHS to handle replacing lead pipes and to create a water quality task force.
Smith weighs in on how the state got to this point and how long it would take to reach the governor’s goals.