Kimberly-Clark to get ‘Foxconn terms’ under bill from Roth and Steineke

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State Sen. Roger Roth said Kimberly-Clark would get “Foxconn terms” to keep 600 jobs that paper manufacturer now plans to eliminate in Neenah under legislation he’s working on that could send up to $10 million in state assistance to the company.
Roth, R-Appleton, laid out parameters of the bill he’s working on after Gov. Scott Walker today called for legislation that would increase state credits in an effort to keep open two company plants in Neenah.
Still, Dems slammed the guv’s call as reactionary, saying his tweet today first pushing to help the company came off as reactionary and underscor...

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