Kimberly-Clark says it will wait until after extraordinary session to decide Fox Valley plant’s fate


Kimberly-Clark, which previously said it wanted lawmakers to act on an incentive package by Sept. 30, now says it will wait to see the results of an extraordinary session next month before making any decisions on closing a plant in the Fox Valley.
But it remained unclear if Senate Republicans would be able to muster the 17 votes needed for the bill, and Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, questioned why Republicans were waiting to convene until after the November election if they were truly serious about saving jobs.
Meanwhile, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, told reporter...

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