FRANKFORT - Although a lot of work remains, the Kentucky House of Representatives moved the budget process forward significantly last week when the chamber’s leaders unveiled a proposal to overcome the $1.2 billion deficit the state faces during the next two years.
Our plan calls for living within our means, without any new taxes. It does not require the steep cuts many states have made, and it continues protecting those core services like education, Medicaid and our safety.
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