Kimberly-Clark legislation introduced

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Several area lawmakers have introduced legislation addressing Kimberly-Clark’s global restructuring plan.

Under this new legislation, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation would certify the company’s facilities in Neenah and Fox Crossing to be eligible for a 17 percent jobs tax credit for existing jobs that earn at least $30,000 to $100,000. The jobs may also be eligible for a 15 percent capital investment credit.

The legislation has been introduced by Senate President Roger Roth (R–Appleton), Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke (R–Kaukauna), and Representative Mike Rohrkaste (R–Neenah).

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