Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, at the podium  announced the formation of a 23-member "blue ribbon commission" to study tax reform Thursday at the Capitol. The 23-member commission, which will be headed by Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson, far right, is to review the state's current tax system and propose a list of recommendations by Nov. 15.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, at the podium announced the formation of a 23-member "blue ribbon commission" to study tax reform Thursday at the Capitol. The 23-member commission, which will be headed by Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson, far right, is to review the state's current tax system and propose a list of recommendations by Nov. 15. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, at the podium announced the formation of a 23-member "blue ribbon commission" to study tax reform Thursday at the Capitol. The 23-member commission, which will be headed by Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson, far right, is to review the state's current tax system and propose a list of recommendations by Nov. 15. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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