Foxconn is reportedly considering a second plant in Wisconsin, this one in the Madison area. Governor Scott Walker says such a project is a “ways off,” talk of any additional sites is “premature,” and Walker calls it “speculation” for now. A Madison area plant would be smaller than the L-C-D screen plant that Foxconn expects to build in Racine or Kenosha counties — and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says it could make medical imaging equipment or devices that track people’s vital health numbers, or it could be a research and development site. Reports last week said Foxconn founder Terry Gou wanted to work with U-W Madison on medical research after he lost his first wife and younger brother to cancer. Meanwhile, a state Assembly panel holds a public hearing this (Thursday) afternoon on the state’s proposed three-billion dollar incentive package for the original Foxconn facility.