Wisconsin Most Improved State
Posted by John Hitchcock on 2012/03/22
Boots & Sabers (an Army Proud blog site, by the way) links to a WisPolitics.com article noting the Philadelphia branch of the Federal Reserve Bank showed Wisconsin’s economic forecast to be the most improved in the US.
The Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank released a new economic growth forecast for states yesterday. The report forecasts Wisconsin to grow 1.95 percent over the next six months. It is the best economic forecast for the state since 2003. Wisconsin also experienced the most improved forecast in the nation.
“It is the best economic forecast for the state since 2003.” That means the economic forecast for Wisconsin is better than 2004, 2005, 2006, when the US economy was much stronger than it is today. Governor Walker and the Republican-led Wisconsin Legislature’s work in the area of economics, while making Union goons squeal like stuck pigs, is doing great work for the economic health of Wisconsin.
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