Tax incentives for Kimberly-Clark could hit roadblock in Senate heading into election. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 7/26/2018)
Kapenga belongs to the most conservative wing of the Senate GOP caucus. Others who often side with him — Steve Nass of Whitewater, Duey Stroebel of Saukville and David Craig of the Town of Vernon — haven’t said whether they will support the deal.
Actually, Senate Minority Leadere Jennifer Shilling has had plenty to say about this issue. (here, here, here, here)
10/2/2018 update, "Another outsider tries to get the best of Scott Walker", starts here.
Headline from Star Tribune, 2/11/2012.
A Texas move for Kimberly-Clark. (The New York Times, 2/14/1985)
Ronald J. Goudreau, a company spokesman, said the move was part of a continuing effort to ''avoid too much of a corporate presence in one location.'' He added, ''The move involves a very small number of the corporate staff; we have no plans to move large groups of people to Irving.'' Donald L. Stone, executive vice president of the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Wisconsin, said Kimberly-Clark had assured his group that Neenah would remain an operations center for the company.
9/30/2018 update, "Republicans in Wisconsin State Senate blow off Scott Walker's request", starts here.
Original 9/27/2018 post, "The disingenuous Roger Roth", starts here.
Even Scott Walker knows he can't get away with such a bald-faced lie.
Walker said both parties are to blame.
The GOP has a 18-15 advantage in the State Senate and, as the article points out, there aren't enough Republican votes. That means at least one other senator does not support the Kimberly-Clark proposal. (Paging Steve Nass, Duey Stroebel, David Craig.)