Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle last week signed legislation that advances state efforts to capitalize on its share of recovery zone facility bonds authorized in the federal stimulus program.

The state received $238 million of bonding authority under the program to be divided among its 63 counties and the cities of Milwaukee, Madison and Green Bay.

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