State of Working KY FINAL_Page_01 To view this report in PDF form, click here. Despite steady improvement in the overall economy since the Great Recession, the current presidential election cycle has demonstrated Americans’ persistent and read more
good-v-bad-tax-reform_page_1 Kentucky faces a choice: cleaning up our tax code of special interest tax breaks so we can invest in excellent schools, a healthy and skilled workforce, modern infrastructure and other read more
inheritance-tax To view this brief in PDF format, click here. Since 1906, Kentucky has relied on the inheritance tax to help pay for the good schools, infrastructure and other investments that read more
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