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2019 Take Back Kentucky (TBKY) January 19, 2018 Liberty Summit Meeting Notes Guest Moderator: Scott Hofstra Moderator of UKTP Honorable Guest Speakers: Mr.Andrew English, candidate for Kentucky Secretary of State and Mr.Dan Seum, lobbyist and expert presenter for adult use bill related to cannibias. New speakers:  Mr. Brett Schultz will join us talking briefly about […]

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Take Back Kentucky(TBKY) applauds Governor Matt Bevin veto of the two year state budget and tax reform/increase bills. We did support the flat income tax decrease to 5%, but incomes $8,000 and under would see an increase. Our goal is to transfer from an income to sales tax, but not on automotive repair. Unfortunately, the […]

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This is the Complete Kentucky State Legislature Update 2. This is through Day 58 out of 60. We will opine on the good and bad bills soon. Check out:. http://www.lrc.ky.gov/ Became Law Without Governor’s Signature: SB56, 70, 122; HB22, 92, 146, 157 Filed Without Governor’s Signature With The Secretary Of State: SB101; HB69, 122, 164, […]

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2018 Top Priority Legislative Alert Legislative Message Line: 1-800-372-7181 Governor’s Message Line: 502-564-2611 ALERT: PLEASE CALL Legislative hotline No on HB 95 and HB 609 There they go again: raising your taxes! First: Message for all Senators: NO on HB 95, Fire Districts. No more taxes! This bill from the Republicans allows fire districts to […]

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HB 74 update: Sadly, this bill is on the Governor’s Desk. Call the Main Line: (502) 564-261 and leave a messsage: “Governor Matt Bevin and ask him to VETO this bill. This is the pawn shop registry bill sponsored by Representative Kim King. We are asking for calls to reject this bill.” This bill starts […]

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TBKY Bill News: Please Call today 1-800-372-7181 toll-free and leave a message: “Tell your State Senator and Representative to support SB 103.” Public school boards and private schools would be able to tap teachers or staff to serve as “school marshals,” who would be allowed to carry a gun on campus if they have a […]

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TBKY Bill Alert 5: We are asking for calls today 1-800-372-7181 toll-free and leave a message: “To the State Senate Local Government Committee Chairman and Republican Members to fully support HB 10.” We need to hold the Kentucky Governmental Bureaucracy and the Executive Branch accountable. HB 10 – K. Imes, S. Wells, C. Morgan, J. […]

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