Walker urges passage of Kimberly-Clark bill by the end of November

Gov. Scott Walker made a pitch to pass an incentive bill to keep a Kimberly-Clark plant open in Wisconsin as part of his first public comments to reporters since his loss in last week’s re-election.
Walker, addressing reporters from his Capitol conference room, said he believes the company will shut down the plant unless the the Legislature approves the bill by month’s end. He hoped leggies will “come to their senses” and pass the bill.
“Let’s be clear. There is no long-term solution that will change, that will protect the jobs at Kimberly-Clark other than the bill that is before them right no...

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