We certainly welcome the governor's thoughts on having a special session. It shows the importance of the issue.
We think that would be an appropriate use of the money, to help save small businesses that are the underpinnings of the state's economy.
This issue is critical. This will make the difference between whether people start small businesses, or are able to stay in small businesses.
These small businesses are only asking that they don't have to pay taxes when they don't make any money.
I haven't been involved in nothing like this before, but I will make it.
He has worked tirelessly to get that bill through. He has been the champion of small business in the Senate this year.
Small business couldn't be more tickled with this bill.
We're very proud that there is a bipartisan availability to get something done on behalf of small business. I hope that we can find a way to work together in both chambers to do what's right for Kentucky's small businesses.