From Frankfort

Senate leaders say cigarette and opioid tax increases in House budget proposal not likely to stay in their plan

03/02/2018 03:18 PM

FRANKFORT – Now that the House has passed their 2018-2020 biennium budget, it’s the Senate’s turn to make modifications to the proposal which will fund state government for the next 2 years. Senate Appropriations and Revenue chair Sen. Chris McDaniel, R-Taylor Mill, admits that one thing that has pleased him about this year’s process is how quickly the House passed a budget and moved it on to the Senate. “Last time around, we just had 6 days to work on it,” McDaniel... Read more 


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