The average affected full-time worker would make $3,500 more annually, with 60% of those affected 25 or older and 61% women, according to Wisconsin Budget Project.
The offer comes after the state denied all tax credits for the floundering project.
Think tank analysis shows how the Obama recovery was being allowed to fizzle out in the suburban counties of key battleground states.
An internal report from state budget office confirms suspicions that Foxconn won’t manufacture anything in Wisconsin.
Foxconn has blatantly breached its multibillion-dollar contract with the state.
The 2017 repeal of prevailing wage rules resulted in fewer local contractors getting work, declining blue-collar wages, yet no savings for state government.
The Trump administration has slashed immigration. Bipartisan experts—and Biden—say boosting immigration will stimulate the economy at a time when the United States needs it most.