The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has approved a plan letting the new Foxconn plant and the City of Racine divert millions of gallons of Lake Michigan water.  It was the second time in two days a state agency granted a request from the technology group.  The plant near Mount Pleasant will make liquid crystal display panels, providing jobs for up to 13-thousand people in southeast Wisconsin.  A announcement of when construction will start is coming in the next few days.  Opponents say the deal letting Racine divert seven-million gallons of water each day may violate the Great Lakes Compact.  A challenge is possible.