Madison mayor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paul Soglin on Tuesday decried Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to save 600 Wisconsin jobs as “primitive economics” that “is undermining every honest business in this state.”

Walker on Monday offered a tax incentive to keep two Kimberly-Clark factories open in Neenah and Fox Crossing based on the same deal the state offered Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn to build a $10 billion factory in Racine County, a deal that will cost more than $200,000 per job.

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