If Wisconsin lawmakers pass a tax incentive program for Kimberly-Clark, the paper giant could decide to keep its Cold Spring plant open after all. A big step was taken Monday when union members ratified a new agreement. About 610 jobs would have been lost under the company’s restructuring program which was announced last winter. The Wisconsin Assembly has given its approval to the package similar to the deal given Foxconn. The bill didn’t make it through the Senate four months ago, but an extraordinary session could be called. It would give Kimberly-Clark up to 115-million dollars in tax credits over the next 15 years.