GM may still be considering Janesville seriously

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Stan Stricker
Wednesday, October 8, 2008

No news, may be good news, when it comes to a proposal to keep the Janesville General Motors plant open.

Governor Doyle helped lead a delegation of Janesville business and UAW Local 95 leaders to Detroit September 12th. Governor Doyle tells WCLO's Stan Milam show the auto industry is important for Wisconsin's future. He is concerned the current economic conditions affecting the auto industry and its consumers could affect a decision by General Motors. Congressman Paul Ryan of Janesville agrees, but tells WCLO's Stan Milam show the longer General Motors officials consider the plan, the better.

He says currently Janesville is the only plant to make a proposal that was not rejected by General Motors.

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