Kentucky lawmakers will begin assembling what Speaker Greg Stumbo recently called a "destructive" two-year state budget when it reconvenes in January. Current revenue projections suggest the weakest revenue growth since the recovery began due to a still-sluggish economy and an inadequate and outdated state tax system. At the same time, the state needs to roll back painful budget cuts, make fiscally responsible payments to state pension and other debts, and invest in education, health and other areas that would move Kentucky forward.
KCEP Budget Outlook.pdf
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Kentucky's Budget Outlook
This from Kentucky Center for Economic Policy: