screenshot of gas tax map The clock is ticking on the 2015 session and legislators have yet to guard Kentucky’s city and county roads and bridges from the consequences of a pending 5.1 cent drop read more
iStock_000017243360Small The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council is considering an incremental minimum wage increase to $10.10 per hour for its workers over the next three years. Kentucky Center for Economic Policy analysis read more
Now hiring blue 3d realistic square isolated button The Kentucky Center for Economic Policy seeks to hire a campaign coordinator. The new position will be responsible for carrying out a comprehensive outreach and engagement strategy to help achieve read more
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By Anna Baumann
March 24, 2015
The clock is ticking on the 2015 session and legislators have yet to guard Kentucky’s city and county roads and bridges from the consequences of a pending 5.1 cent drop read more
By Jason Bailey
March 23, 2015
lf legislators end the 2015 session without preventing the pending 5.1 cent drop in the gas tax, the rate will fall to a level near its historic low over the read more
By Anna Baumann
March 20, 2015
With just two days left in the 2015 General Assembly, legislators are running out of time to protect the Road Fund from another decrease in the motor fuels tax. On read more
By Ashley Spalding
March 16, 2015
A new report highlights a sharp racial/ethnic divide among working families in Kentucky. While the majority of low-income working families in the state are white, 52 percent of minority working read more