A commission tasked with coming up with elements of a new tax code for Kentucky held its second meeting in Frankfort today.
The group is chaired by Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson and is made up of business leaders from across the state.
During the all-afternoon meeting, the group received overviews of the dozen tax commissions that came before the current one.
And while giving the highlights, Greg Harkenrider, an economist in Governor Steve Beshear’s administration, told members that one change won’t cure all ills.
“Very few tax reform changes help everything across the board. Very few, especially ones that bring in money,” he says.