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Both Chambers Pass Budget Compromise Before Adjourning for Veto Period

Lawmakers in both the House and Senate finished up the majority of work for the 2014 Regular Session, capping off Monday night’s session with passage of a new two-year budget for the Commonwealth. Read more

Work in House Picks Up Ahead of Anticipated Debate on Budget Bill

The top issue of the 2014 Regular Session started its journey this past week, as Governor Steve Beshear laid out his thoughts and ideas for a new two-year budget for the Commonwealth. Read more

Budget Takes Center Stage during Third Week of 2014 Regular Session

The top issue of the 2014 Regular Session started its journey this past week, as Governor Steve Beshear laid out his thoughts and ideas for a new two-year budget for the Commonwealth. Read more

Loss of Funds from Settlement Could Hit Commonwealth Hard in 2014

Since the days when settlers began moving west from Virginia, tobacco has played an intricate role in the economy of Kentucky by providing jobs and income to our farmers, and a boost to supporting state and local government. Read more

The Time for Tax Reform is Now

The Kentucky General Assembly will enter the 2014 Regular Session facing one of the most fiscally dire situations in recent memory. Yet, real relief in the form of meaningful tax reform or federal assistance seems unlikely. Read more

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photo: Representative Kim King (right), R-Harrodsburg (55th District) speaks with Rep. Ron Crimm (center), R-Louisville (33rd District) and Rep. Tom Kerr (left), R-Taylor Mill (64th District) on the floor of the Kentucky House of Representatives in Frankfort. (Photo courtesy Kentucky House Republican Caucus/LRC Public Information)
Rep. Kim King (right), R-Harrodsburg (55th District) speaks with Rep. Ron Crimm (center), R-Louisville (33rd District) and Rep. Tom Kerr (left), R-Taylor Mill (64th District) on the floor of the Kentucky House of Representatives in Frankfort. (Photo courtesy Kentucky House Republican Caucus/LRC Public Information)
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