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State Senate to consider bill to create fund to help small businesses

8:34 PM, Jun. 15, 2013
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A bipartisan proposal that would help Wisconsin entrepreneurs obtain investment capital to expand their start-up businesses and create jobs is on its way to passing through the state Legislature.

The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Scott Suder, R-Abbotsford, would put $25 million into a fund, overseen by the Department of Administration, that invests in young companies in the state. The fund also would include $50 million in investments from private investors.

Members of the Senate Economic Development and Local Government Committee endorsed the bill 5-0 Wednesday, forwarding it to ...

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