The Indiana General Assembly’s interim study committee on immigration issues begins meeting this month.
Filmmakers are making more films outside of Hollywood thanks to state tax incentives. More than 40 states are offering big film industry tax credits and Kentucky could be next. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. Kentucky has had its share of movies set and filmed in the Bluegrass state from the 1980 film “Coal Miner’s Daughter” to… Continue reading Incentives Might Attract Filmmakers
From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh Kentucky lawmakers met in special session last month to address problems in the state pension system. But not all issues were resolved. State pension systems are 26-billion dollars in the red. Lawmakers are hoping a funding formula approved last month will fix the problem. But other issues remain, like… Continue reading Work Still Needed on KY Pension Reform
A bill that will go before the Kentucky General Assembly in 2009 would allow Independents a vote in the state’s primaries.