In the few weeks since it became public, Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to cut $300 million from the University of Wisconsin System budget has produced three schools of thought within the state's business community. School
No. 1 — Perhaps the only way to get the UW System's attention is to threaten to shut off its water.
No. 2 — Harming the state's largest single source of talent and cutting-edge research is economically dangerous, especially over time.
No. 3 — There has to be a better way to conduct a major policy debate.