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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Wisconsin Delegation To Meet GM Execs Today

Today's Janesville Gazette contains a brief article about a meeting to be held today between four members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation and GM executives to discuss the future of the Janesville auto plant.
JS Online Excerpt:
The meeting is scheduled to take place at the Washington office of U.S. Sen Herb Kohl. Kohl, Sen. Russ Feingold and Reps. Tammy Baldwin (D-Madison) and Paul Ryan (R-Janesville) are expected to attend, along with Troy Clarke, head of GM's North America division and Tim Lee, vice president of manufacturing.
I don't know if Ryan realizes that the delegation's purpose is meant to restore manufacturing jobs in Janesville - not China. After spending his entire congressional career legislating policies that have deleveraged the American worker and pushed jobs overseas, it would appear Ryan's presence at this meeting could have an adverse effect on the mission.

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