Photos from Announcement of Kentucky Right to Work Act for 2014 Regular Session

 

FRANKFORT, KY (February 27, 2014) - KENTUCKY HOUSE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS PHOTO RELEASE-Photos from Announcement of Kentucky Right to Work Act for 2014 Regular Session.

Representative Jim DeCesare, R-Bowling Green makes a point during a press conference announcing the Kentucky Right to Work Act for the 2014 Regular Session.  Rep. DeCesare and House Republican Floor Leader Jeff Hoover are the primary co-sponsors of House Bill 496 filed today in Frankfort. (Photo: Bud Kraft, LRC Public Information)

 

David Adkisson, President and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce speaks in favor of the Kentucky Right to Work Act during a press conference announcing the bill in Frankfort.  Adkisson was joined by the heads of several chambers of commerce who back Kentucky joining 26 other states in passing right to work legislation. (Photo: Bud Kraft, LRC Public Information)

Greg Higdon, President and CEO of the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers gives remarks during a press conference in Frankfort announcing the filing of House Bill 496, known as the Kentucky Right to Work Act.  Higdon was one of several business leaders who joined House and Senate Republicans in supporting passage of Right to Work legislation in Kentucky. (Photo: Bud Kraft, LRC Public Information)

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