Kentucky Senate President Stivers speaks in Trigg County
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers (R) (above) spoke at Cadiz Family Restaurant on Wednesday morning before local officials and members of the Trigg County Republican Womens Club.</i>
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Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers (R) (above) spoke at Cadiz Family Restaurant on Wednesday morning before local officials and members of the Trigg County Republican Womens Club.

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Local officials and members of the Trigg County Republican Women’s Club heard from Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers (R) last Wednesday morning at Cadiz Restaurant.

Stivers, who has been in the State Senate for 18 years and has been the Senate President for two years, talked about a variety of issues, including the state’s retirement system, changes to state taxes and regulations and making of the state budget.

“There’s some things that we could do differently. We’ve talked about tax reform, we’ve talked about regulatory reform,” Stivers said. “It’s going to take cooperation among both chambers and the executive branch to do this.”

Toyota left Kentucky for Texas, which has seen rapid population growth because it’s attracting businesses due to its tax and regulatory structure, Stivers argued.

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