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Clydesdales coming to DPA
Clydesdales coming to DPA
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Fulton County Candidate Forum - Thursday April 26
Fulton County Candidate Forum - Thursday April 26

YOU ARE INVITED TO

A CANDIDATES' FORUM

7:00 P.M. THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 2018

FULTON COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING

2216 MYRON CORY ROAD, HICKMAN KY

All candidates, regardless of party affiliation, will be asked to answer questions on what they can do for citizens of Fulton County.

Sponsored by the Fulton County Democratic Party.

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New Analysis Shows Kentucky's Tax Plan is a Millionaire Tax Cut
New Analysis Shows Kentucky's Tax Plan is a Millionaire Tax Cut

A new analysis from the Institute for Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) shows that the General Assembly's new tax plan, HB 366, is a huge tax cut for the wealthiest Kentuckians and a shift in reliance onto everyone else. As the graph shows, as a share of their income the richest 1 percent of Kentuckians -- who make on average $1,042,000 a year -- will will receive an average tax cut of $7,086 while the poorest 95 percent of Kentuckians will receive a tax increase.

The biggest tax increase as a share of income will go to Kentuckians making less than $21,000 a year...

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Teachers gather in Frankfort - again
Teachers gather in Frankfort - again

Teachers and supporters of public education are in Frankfort again today to protest the retirement bill and the budget.

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Taxation!  Where the pennies come from
Taxation! Where the pennies come from

The 2018 General Assembly is almost over. Two days left, April 13 and 14 are reserved to override any possible veto of budget by the Governor.

The losers far outnumber the winners in the race for more state revenue. Winners include horses and fine sippin' liquor. Losers include dogs, cats and mechanics.

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Budget will zero out UK Press
Budget will zero out UK Press

The budget submitted by Governor Bevin to the General Assembly, HB 200, will eliminate funding for the University Press of Kentucky.

Without state support, the Press will be forced to close.

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Making Book on Pension Fund Reform
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