Politics & Government

February 4, 2014 12:39 PM

Beshear proposes 22 tax changes to raise $210 million a year for Kentucky

Saying Kentucky has been held back by an "archaic" tax code, Gov. Steve Beshear unveiled 22 proposed tax changes Tuesday that would raise an estimated $210 million a year for the state when fully implemented.

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