Preparing Kentucky to successfully compete in the global marketplace
The Kentucky Chamber believes promoting long-term economic development and job growth should be a top consideration when state revenue policies are adopted. It is critical that Kentucky be successful in our efforts to promote business recruitment, business creation and existing business expansion. To that end, the Chamber will advocate for public policy innovations that serve to remove the Commonwealth’s most glaring competitive disadvantages. We call on state leaders to eliminate unnecessary government imposed costs of doing business and to enact legislation that fosters business growth and innovation.
The Kentucky General Assembly is currently not in Session. If you would like to get involved in helping us create our Legislative Agenda for the 2016 Session, please contact Beverly Standifer for more information about joining one of our policy councils.