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Bill allows growth in Kentucky's whiskey industry

FRANKFORT, KY (21 Jun 2016) – Gov. Matt Bevin held a ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 11, sponsored by Sen. John Schickel, today at 2pmCT in the State Capitol Rotunda.

According to the Governor's press release, Senate Bill 11 allows Kentucky’s signature bourbon industry, growing small microbreweries and small farm wineries to drive tourism and the associated economic development that comes with that growth.


This regulatory overhaul makes Kentucky more business friendly, allowing these growing industries to thrive, thereby creating jobs and opportunities that contribute meaningfully to Kentucky’s economy.


This story was posted on 2016-06-21 14:20:00
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