Kentucky Chamber of Commerce

Kenny Imes

The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s political action committee has endorsed Republican Mary Beth Imes for election in November.

Randy Bridges

  The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s political action committee has endorsed Republican State Rep. Randy Bridges for re-election in November. 

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  Businesses are asking to be shielded from lawsuits filed by customers and employees who contract coronavirus, but labor groups worry that doing so would chip away at protections designed to keep workers and customers safe.

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Executive Vice President for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Neil Bradley addressed Kentuckians concerns with the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act in a webinar held Wednesday by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. He said the U.S. Department of Treasury is already in the process of implementing direct deposit payments to individuals. 


  Some businesses in Kentucky are coming to the aid of the medical community as it works to combat the spread of COVID-19. 

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  Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Ashli Watts says reforming the state’s pension system, investing in infrastructure and early childhood education, and curbing tobacco use are some issues that state business leaders believe could have bipartisan solutions in next year’s legislature.

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Gov. Matt Bevin made his re-election pitch to the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce without any opposition on Friday after Democratic rival Andy Beshear declined to show up.

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Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dave Adkisson is retiring in October. The chamber announced his decision on Thursday. A nationwide search for his replacement begins immediately. 

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The Kentucky legislature only met for four days in January, but it was enough for lobbying spending to set a record.

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Among their list of legislative goals in 2019, The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce believes sports wagering holds untapped revenue potential for the state and wants legislators to make it legal.