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March 8, 2019 9:00am

Pro-business bills need a push in the final working days of #KYGA19

Only three working days remain in the 2019 legislative session in Frankfort before sine die on March 28. Numerous pro-business bills remain to be passed by the House, and we are encouraging members of the business community to get involved and urge their representatives to act before session ends. Click on the Action Alerts below to make sure the clock doesn’t run out on pro-business legislation!

Fix Kentucky’s Arbitration Law

Senate Bill 7, sponsored by Senate President Stivers, passed the Senate 26-10 on February 21 and then passed the House State Government Committee earlier today. Read more about Senate Bill 7. Click the image below to send a message of support to your legislators.

Next Action Needed: Pass the Full House

Cut Red Tape for Contractors & Nonprofits

Senate Bill 147, sponsored by Senator Chris McDaniel, passed the Senate 26-7 on February 25. Read more about Senate Bill 147. Click the image below to send a message of support to your legislators.

Next Action Needed: Pass the House Appropriations & Revenue Committee

Give JCPS Leadership the Flexibility it needs to succeed

Senate Bill 250, sponsored by Senator Julie Raque Adams, passed the Senate 31-6 on February 26. Read more about Senate Bill 250. Click the image below to send a message of support to your legislators.

Next Action Needed: Pass the Full House

Help Kentucky Women in the Workforce

Senate Bill 18, sponsored by Senator Alice Forgy Kerr, passed the Senate 25-7 on February 22. Read more about Senate Bill 18. Click the image below to send a message of support to your legislators.

Next Action Needed: Pass the House Judiciary Committee

Pass Sports-Wagering Legislation in Kentucky

House Bill 175, sponsored by Representative Adam Koenig, passed the House Licensing, Occupations, and Administrative Regulations Committee on February 20. Read more about House Bill 175. Click the image below to send a message of support to your legislators.

Next Action Needed: Pass the Full House

Improve Kentucky’s Expungement Laws

Senate Bill 57, sponsored by Senator Jimmy Higdon, passed the House Judiciary Committee on March 6. Read more about Senate Bill 57. Click the image below to send a message of support to your legislators.

Next Action Needed: Pass the Full House