State Representative Doyle Again Urges Special Session on Jobs

So far, there's been little movement on a plan to hold a special legislative session on jobs in Madison.  More's the pity, says Onalaska state rep, Steve Doyle.  Especially in light of depressing jobs estimates from the feds that say the state lost about 12 thousand jobs in June.  Jobs action, says Doyle, can't wait for the regular legislative session to start 



The fed numbers show Wisconsin leading the nation in jobs losses.  But those federal estimates have been wrong in the past.  


0 #1 Dan 2012-07-23 15:06
Don't suppose he'll move to reintroduce the job-creating mining bill...

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