Three out-of-state financial companies spent more than 650 hours and poured more than $150,000 into lobbying for a widely criticized venture capital bill that Wisconsin lawmakers tabled earlier this year but are likely to re-examine in the fall. The three firms, known as CAPCOs, now find themselves fighting to retain some role in Wisconsin’s venture capital plan. Read full Journal Sentinel story here.
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