WED PM Update: Shilling fears lawmakers will be excluded from potential new deal with Kimberly-Clark

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-- 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 today in a round of year-end interviews.
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