On The Floor

All Past Stories

1/20/2020

2020 Legislative Session Update: Week 2

Review of activity from the second week of the 2020 General Assembly.
1/16/2020

Public health ‘transformation’ bill clears committee

A bill aimed at improving Kentucky’s public health system by putting it through a legislative “transformation” was approved Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020, by the House Health and Family Services Committee.
1/15/2020

Sports wagering bill clears House committee

A bill to legalize sports wagering and regulate online poker and fantasy sports operations in Kentucky is on its way to the House after receiving committee approval today.
1/15/2020

Gov. Beshear: ‘We have more in common than what divides us.’

Gov. Andy Beshear delivered his first State of the Commonwealth Address Tuesday evening, Jan. 14, 2020. He began his speech by declaring that the state of the Commonwealth is “strong, coming together and ready to face our challenges.”
1/12/2020

2020 Legislative Session Update: Week 1

Welcome to the 2020 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly.
1/10/2020

KACo leadership joins Pres. Trump for announcement on regulatory reform efforts

KACo President and Boone County Judge/Executive Gary Moore was front and center for the president’s announcement of proposed changes to National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations yesterday.
1/8/2020

2020 Legislative Session Kicks Off

The 2020 Regular Session can last up to 60 days. Scheduled sine die: Apr. 15
12/11/2019

2019 County Tax Snapshots

Click on your county below to download a snapshot of your county’s tax structure, including information about the top three tax revenue sources in your county.
12/11/2019

County officials welcome Kentucky's 63rd governor

Many county officials participated in inaugural events and the inauguration ceremony of Gov. Andy Beshear and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman in Frankfort on Tuesday.
12/5/2019

FY2021 Employer Contribution Rates Announced

Fiscal year 2021 employer contribution rates - the percentage of an employee's salary an employer must pay into the Kentucky Retirement System - have been announced.