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Legislative update from Representative Amy Neighbors
From Laura Leigh Goins
As lawmakers prepare to reconvene the 2023 Regular Session, legislative committees are continuing to lay the framework for the legislation we will consider during the remaining 26 legislative days.
While the past several sessions have been consumed by major issues like the budget, tax reform, redistricting, and the pandemic, this session provides legislators with an opportunity to address other areas and, hopefully, dig deep into issues that have plagued our state for far too long. In other words, we have laid the groundwork for a strong foundation and built a framework for opportunity. The time has come to make sure the fine details are in place.
Many of our committees will begin hearing bills and resolutions the first week, so I recommend visiting the legislature's website at legislature.ky.gov to see what has already been filed and monitor new legislation as it comes in for consideration. In the meantime, here is a brief description of what some of the House committees will be considering:
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