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Addresses enclosed in case you want to sound off to Kentucky's leadership

Our state's inability to pass a budget is causing uncertainty for many programs and services -- especially those helping disadvantaged children, according to the Kentucky Child Advocacy organization.

What's the problem? The major point of disagreement between the Senate and the House was the insistence to attach the governor's new tax plan to the budget bill. If you're moved to tell them what you think about the budget management, Kentucky's Governor, Representatives and Senators phone numbers and addresses are printed at the end of this article.


Kathleen Hoye, Communications and Outreach Director of the Kentucky Youth Advocates organization, is hoping all Kentuckians who agree with her will send a strong message to our state leadership, stating simply, "Don't hold the state hostage over a controversial tax plan. Do real tax reform later. We need a budget now with maximum funding for education and human services."

She wants us to think about what will happen to the next generation of Kentuckians with further disinvestments in education, health care, social services, infrastructure and other public investments which benefit all Kentuckians? What will happen to Kentucky's economy?

For more information on tax reform and KEJA
visit www.keja.org
or KYA's website www.kyyouth.org.

Gov. Ernie Fletcher
700 Capitol Ave., Frankfort, Ky. 40601
502-564-2611 phone
502-564-2735 fax

Rep. Jody Richards, Speaker of the House
817 Culpepper Street Bowling Green, Ky.
42103 270-842-6731 (home)
270-781-9946 (office) 270-781-9963 (fax)

Rep. Larry Clark, Speaker Pro Tem
5913 Whispering Hills Blvd., Louisville, Ky. 40219
502-968-3546 (home)

Rep. Rocky Adkins, Majority Floor Leader
P.O. Box 688, Sandy Hook, Ky. 41171
606-738-4242 (home), 606-928-3433 (office), 606-929-5913 (fax)

Rep. Jim Callahan, Majority Caucus Chair
10 Colonel Pointe Drive, Wilder, Ky. 41076
859-781-1232 (home), 859-441-7400 (office)

Rep. Joe Barrows, Majority Whip
152 Stout Avenue, Versailles, Ky. 40383
859-873-9768 (home/office)

Rep. Harry Moberly, Chair House Appropriations;
Revenue Committee P.O. Box 721, Richmond, Ky. 40475
859-624-2781 (home), 859-622-1501 (office)

Sen. David L. Williams, Senate President
P.O. Box 666, Burkesville, KY 42717
(Office) 270-864-5636

Sen. Dick Roeding, President Pro Tem
2534 Kearney Court, Lakeside Park, KY 41017
(Home) 859-331-1684, (FAX) 859-331-1238, (FAX) 502-564-0456

Sen. Dan Kelly, Majority Floor Leader
324 W. Main, Springfield, KY 40069
(Office) 859-336-7723, (Home) 859-336-9048

Sen. Charlie Borders, Majority Caucus Chair
P. O. Box Q, Russell, KY 41169-0514
(Home) 606-475-0237

Sen. Elizabeth Tori, Majority Whip
2851 S. Wilson Road, Radcliff, KY 40160
(Senate District Office) 270-351-1827
(Home) 270-351-1829, (FAX) 270-351-1829

Sen. Richie Sanders, Jr., Chair
Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee
901 Maple Leaf Dr., Franklin, KY 42134-2444
(Home) 270-586-5473


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