Doyle speech will tout renewable energy

Posted on January 23, 2008. Filed under: Energy Policy |


From an article in the Stevens Point Journal:

In the face of national economic challenges, Governor Jim Doyle will focus on efforts to grow Wisconsin’s economy by seizing new opportunities in agriculture, manufacturing and renewable energy in his State of the State Address tonight before the State Legislature. He will also call for bold efforts to make health care more affordable, invest in education and protect the Great Lakes.“In my address before the Legislature and the people of Wisconsin, I will lay out a bold agenda to deal with the national economic slowdown and outline the next steps to grow Wisconsin’s economy,” Doyle said. “I will unveil efforts to protect our priorities, foster innovation, seize energy opportunities, make health care affordable, and build an educated workforce ready to compete around the world.”

Doyle’s State of the State is scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 7 p.m. The address will be carried live on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Ideas Network and Wisconsin Public Television.

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