Right-to-work update: 10 percent of Ky counties pass at least first readings of ordinances; site selectors reach out to Warren County

So far, 10 percent of Kentucky’s counties have held at least a first reading on a local right-to-work ordinance. Six counties have passed final readings and are beginning to reap the benefits that having a right-to-work policy brings, including being contacted by site selectors concerning company expansions and re-locations. Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce…

News Release – Bluegrass Institute Scholar, business community warns: Minimum-wage hikes harm young, low-skilled the most

For Immediate Release: Monday, Feb. 16, 2015 Contact: Jim Waters @ (270) 320-4376 (BOWLING GREEN, Ky) – A new Bluegrass Institute report released today warns that raising the commonwealth’s minimum wage would not only harm most the people it’s meant to help – including young and low-skilled workers – but it would particularly harm Kentucky,…