2024 Legislative Priorities to Achieve Kentucky's Winning Strategy

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While "Kentucky's Winning Strategy" articulates a vision for the Commonwealth's economic future, the Chamber's 2024 legislative priorities offer a policy roadmap for how we get there.

Challenges and opportunities have been the defining features of Kentucky’s post-pandemic economy. Fortunately, state policymakers have been proactive in helping employers overcome these challenges and capitalize on opportunities by passing legislation in support of tax reform, workforce development, regulatory relief, and economic growth. Kentucky’s business community urges lawmakers to build on this momentum by embracing “Kentucky’s Winning Strategy,” a new report from the Kentucky Chamber outlining a vision for the state’s economic future and highlighting key policy areas including tax reform, population and workforce growth, education, economic development, and more.

While “Kentucky’s Winning Strategy” articulates a vision for the Commonwealth’s economic future, the Chamber’s 2024 legislative priorities offer a policy roadmap for how we get there. The Chamber’s priorities were determined by business leaders across the state through meetings, surveys, and research, and were approved by our policy councils and board of directors. As the voice of Kentucky’s business community in Frankfort, the Chamber looks forward to another successful session in support of employers and job creators.

Invest in Child Care


Everyone benefits from investing in Kentucky’s kids and supporting working families. During the 2024 session, a broad coalition of business and early childhood groups are asking the legislature to focus on common-sense priorities that will invest in child care and support Kentucky families. 


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The Chamber’s legislative priorities were determined by Kentucky business leaders through surveys, research, and discussion, and were ultimately approved and vetted by our seven policy councils and Board of Directors. They serve as the agenda for the public affairs team as we advocate on behalf of our membership during the 2024 session of the Kentucky General Assembly.