Shilling fears lawmakers will be excluded from potential new deal with Kimberly-Clark

Photo by Michelle Stocker, The Capital Times
Photo by Michelle Stocker, The Capital Times

Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling fears the Legislature will be left out of any incentive package the outgoing Walker administration negotiates to keep open a Kimberly-Clark plant, saying WEDC's poor track record puts taxpayers at risk without some layer of oversight.
"The Legislature, the Joint Finance Committee certainly has a responsibility to sign off on a package that sounds like it would be of great capacity to them if it happens," Shilling told WisPolitics.com today in a round of year-end interviews.
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