Wisconsin Moves Up In CNBC Report

CNBC released its rankings of the Top States For Business. Wisconsin climbed eight spots to come in at  number 17. This is the highest Wisconsin has ranked since CNBC began conducting the study in 2007.

Bill Feehan, Republican State Senate Candidate, says this improvement in our ranking shows we are on the right track.
In 2012, Wisconsin improved or scored the same as it did in 2011 in eight of ten categories. The CNBC ranking shows Wisconsin's greatest improvement in the category of infrastructure and transportation, where the state jumped from 22nd to 6th in the country. Wisconsin also ranked high in education (10th), quality of life (14th), and cost of doing business (15th).

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