Politics & Government

February 11, 2014 4:14 PM

Beshear's tax-overhaul plan gets a hearing, but legislative approval looks 'daunting'

The Kentucky House budget committee has received a draft of Gov. Steve Beshear's proposed tax code changes, which would raise an estimated $210 million a year when fully implemented, but it's unknown whether lawmakers will vote on the plan.

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