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Latest News from GLI Advocacy

P3 Discussion Shines a Light on Development Opportunities

GLI Advocacy hosted a panel discussion last week with more than 20 businesses leaders on the topic of public-private partnerships in Kentucky.  The Issues & Influencers event was presented by Government Strategies and hosted in partnership with P3KY, a new group that is helping businesses navigate the state’s new law…

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Guest Post: Kentucky’s Pension Crisis Must Be Solved

By Governor Matt Bevin As governor, I am committed to running a fiscally responsible government that provides a better place for employers to grow, prosper and create jobs. One of the greatest impediments to Kentucky’s economic success is our pension crisis. Although a few sounded the alarm over the years,  kicking…

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GLI Supports Passage of Federal Budget Resolution, Tax Reform

As an investor-driven organization representing more than 1,600 businesses, civic organizations, and entrepreneurs in Kentucky and Indiana, Greater Louisville Inc. has long sought tax reform at the federal level that is pro-growth and business-friendly. A crucial vote in the Senate this week could bring the country one step closer to…

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GLI Signs Letter Urging Trump Administration to Modernize NAFTA

(Louisville, KY) – Greater Louisville Inc. joined more than 300 state and local business associations from across all 50 states in expressing its support for a modernized North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

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Greater Louisville Inc. Sets the Record Straight on Pension Crisis

Greater Louisville Inc. released a statement and Myth/Fact rebuttal to claims recently floated by the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy. “A continued ‘pay later’ approach will fail future public employees, current employees, retirees and taxpayers,” said GLI President, Kent Oyler. “There’s already a $15,000 liability for every man, woman and child…

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GLI Investors Well Represented on P3 Kentucky Roundtable

Two major law firms, a leading highway construction company, the state’s largest water utility, one of the region’s largest accounting and advisory firms as well as a regional business leadership organization have joined the P3 Kentucky Roundtable, a group of thought leaders working to help build much-needed public infrastructure across…

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Make Your Voice Heard in 2018

We value our investors’ opinions. That’s why we hope you will take a few minutes to complete GLI’s Public Policy Survey. Your responses help GLI better understand the legislative and regulatory issues impacting you and your business.

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GLI Issue Committees Welcome Sen. Ernie Harris, Sen. Julie Raque Adams, & Dr. Marty Pollio

In the process of setting the 2018 Legislative Agenda, GLI’s Issue Committees welcomed three guest speakers with intimate knowledge of the inner workings of some of the region’s most valuable public institutions. Senator Ernie Harris (R-Prospect) spoke with GLI’s Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. He chairs the Kentucky State Senate’s Transportation…

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GLI Applauds LRC’s Creation of Louisville Metropolitan Caucus

(Louisville, KY)- Greater Louisville Inc. is celebrating the creation of a Louisville Metropolitan Caucus (LMC) of legislators in Frankfort. This bipartisan, bicameral group of lawmakers will provide a forum for problem-solving and education on metropolitan, micropolitan, and suburban issues faced by the Greater Louisville region. “I welcome the formation of…

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GLI Asks for Continued Delay/Repeal of the Health Insurance Tax

In a letter to Senator Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Greater Louisville Inc. requests continued delay or repeal of the health insurance tax (HIT), which, if implemented, will create hardships for small businesses. Dear Senator McConnell, Greater Louisville Inc. is writing on behalf of Louisville’s leading businesses to ask for your…

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