‘UpFront’: Fitzgerald optimistic Senate will pass Kimberly-Clark incentives

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Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, said he is optimistic the Senate will pass a $100 million tax incentive package to help consumer products maker Kimberly-Clark keep a plant open and retain around 500 jobs in the Fox Valley.
In an interview that aired Sunday on "UpFront with Mike Gousha," Fitzgerald said the Senate will take up the package after the Nov. 6 election because of the "tough environment" right now.
"That environment isn't necessarily conducive to trying to bring together people from both sides of the aisle to try and pass a piece of legislation," he said on the show, whic...

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