Elizabeth Ubelhor of Stamping Ground, staff veterinarian at the Lexington Humane Society, performed a surgery at the Spay/Neuter clinic for feral cats in Georgetown. A 6 percent sales tax would be charged consumers for the same services at private veterinary clinics under a bill passed by the Kentucky General Assembly.
Elizabeth Ubelhor of Stamping Ground, staff veterinarian at the Lexington Humane Society, performed a surgery at the Spay/Neuter clinic for feral cats in Georgetown. A 6 percent sales tax would be charged consumers for the same services at private veterinary clinics under a bill passed by the Kentucky General Assembly. Mark Ashley
Elizabeth Ubelhor of Stamping Ground, staff veterinarian at the Lexington Humane Society, performed a surgery at the Spay/Neuter clinic for feral cats in Georgetown. A 6 percent sales tax would be charged consumers for the same services at private veterinary clinics under a bill passed by the Kentucky General Assembly. Mark Ashley

Customers may stop more costly services. Kentucky businesses fear effects of tax.

April 03, 2018 05:17 PM