Governor Walker Releases Statement on Kimberly-Clark
"My message to Kimberly-Clark employees is simple: we are fighting for you. We are working together to keep your jobs in Wisconsin."
MADISON – Governor Scott Walker released the following statement today regarding Kimberly-Clark:
“Legislative leaders are calling an Extraordinary Session of the state Legislature on Monday, November 12, 2018, to allow the Senate to take up Assembly Bill 963, which was approved by members of the Assembly earlier this year. Kimberly-Clark officials, union leaders, local leaders, Senator Fitzgerald, Senator Roth, and I have been working together to keep hundreds of good paying, family supporting jobs in Wisconsin. This is a major step forward in achieving our goal.
“My message to Kimberly-Clark employees is simple: we are fighting for you. We are working together to keep your jobs in Wisconsin.”
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