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Legislature to Call Extraordinary Session Starting November 12

By John Forester | October 3, 2018

From The Wheeler Report . . .

Sen. Fitzgerald has announced that the legislature will call itself into Extraordinary Session on Nov. 12 to take up AB-963, a bill to provide tax credits for Kimberly-Clark in the city of Neenah and village of Fox Crossing. The bill passed the Assembly on February 22, 59-37. Fitzgerald said the Senate will hold a public hearing and a vote will be held on the Senate floor “later in November.” Sen. Fitzgerald told the Associated Press the Extraordinary Session will only consist of the Kimberly-Clark tax incentive package, but Speaker Vos said he is open to taking up additional legislation beyond the Kimberly-Clark tax incentive package in the Extraordinary Session. The Senate Organization Committee ballot will be distributed to members at 2:30 tomorrow, with a deadline of 4:30 tomorrow. The Assembly Organization Committee ballot will be distributed to members at 1 pm on Wednesday and the responses are required by 4 pm on Wednesday.

See Wisconsin State Journal Coverage here.

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