Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle last week doled out $125.5 million of bonding authority to more than 50 school districts under the federal government’s new qualified school construction bond program and the expanded qualified zone academy bond program.

“These bonds will help money flow through our economy, supporting jobs, while helping Wisconsin schools repair, improve and build new facilities where needed,” Doyle said in a statement.

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