January 3, 2018
Kentucky is facing a major gap in its next two-year state budget that could mean unprecedented cuts to education and other services. But the General Assembly could look to the money coming from huge new federal tax cuts for the wealthy to help bridge that gap.
The richest 20 percent of Kentuckians are expected to receive $2.1 billion in federal tax cuts in 2019 because of the bill that passed Congress and was signed into law by President Donald Trump in December. Those high-income individuals will receive 69 percent of read more