That prompted Thayer to state his opposition to tax increases and to ask Bozarth if KLC will support legislation to repeal prevailing wage laws and to make Kentucky a right-to-work state. Bozarth agreed with both but said cities are faced with declining revenues and growing expenses and need to “diversify their revenues.”
It also prompted an exchange between Thayer and Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville, over taxes and what Wayne called “right-to-work for less” laws.
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