Fitzgerald urges Shilling to gauge support among Dem caucus for Kimberly-Clark incentive package

Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin Legislature
Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin Legislature

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald is urging Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling to gauge how many of her caucus members back an incentive package for Kimberly-Clark as Gov. Scott Walker implored the chamber to pass the bill.
But Shilling, D-La Crosse, accused Fitzgerald and fellow GOP Sen. Roger Roth, one of the bill's main backers, of trying to "pass the blame because of their inability to get this done."
And the task of finding enough support to pass the bill took another hit with Sen. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, now the second GOP member to publicly oppose the bill. With an 18-15 majority...

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