DOA secretary seeks to take attention away from Foxconn, won’t confirm whether state officials are aware of what the company will manufacture.
The hyped promise of 13,000 jobs shrinks to a realistic 1,400 as Evers delivers on a major campaign promise.
Reports says sometime in the months after the big announcement, the contract quietly fell through.
The offer comes after the state denied all tax credits for the floundering project.
The tech giant has so far failed to live up to its contractual obligation to the state.
Wisconsin headlines: Foxconn appeals tax credit denial
An internal report from state budget office confirms suspicions that Foxconn won’t manufacture anything in Wisconsin.