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A GST exemption was added after a vote of 71-1 in the General Assembly.

The measure was first introduced earlier this year, but lawmakers could not bring it to a vote after a veto threat from state Sen. Jim DeMint.

The measure now has 60 votes in favor, 44 votes against and one Republican vote. Republicans say that if their efforts don’t bring it to a floor vote, then the평택출장안마y’ll push on with a budget override that would eliminate the tax for Kentucky residents with less than $100,000 in taxable income next year.

The budget override measure has broad support among Republicans, but opponents have questioned its inclusion of the tax.

Senate Majority Leader Phil Berger, R-Cleveland, said he was surprised it didn’t make the House’s version of a budget override this year.

“The bottom line is, with the budget being over $8 billion in deficit, it’s hard to get the Legislature to agree to anything like this,” Berger said. “They’re just not going to get there. I’m not sure they will.”

The House bill was introduced a few hours after the state senate held hearings on eliminating the income tax for Kentuckians earning over $100,000.

The Senate Budget Committee’s chairman, Rep. Eric Ritchie, R-Wofford, introduced a motion to approve the House version of that bill that would repeal the income tax for Kentucky residents earning under $100,00바카라 게임0, increase the federal income tax to $250,000 or $400,000, and repeal all tax increases that have taken effect in the past six years. Ritchie is opposed to the Senate budget override proposal, saying the House budget doesn’t contain enough details of a replacement for the income tax to justify it.

The budget override bill was introduced by Rep. Michael Bocanegra, R-Mercer, R-Kentucky City. He is the only House member who voted to advance the House version of that measure. Bocanegra said he doesn’t know yet if he will take up the Senate budget override legislation next year.

The House’s budget override measure doesn’t address the budget’s request that all state employees receive up to one-quarter raise or three percent pay raises, as the state’s General Assembly originally proposed. The Senate budget outlin