THAYER RECOGNIZED AS MVP FOR KENTUCKY BUSINESS COMMUNITY AND SIGNATURE INDUSTRIES

Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) has been awarded another MVP award from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce for his conspicuous actions to ensure Kentucky’s growth, strengthen businesses across the commonwealth and improve competitiveness throughout Kentucky. Thayer is a seven-time recipient of the award.

SENATOR THAYER HELPS SECURE FUNDING FOR KEY FAYETTE COUNTY ROAD PROJECTS

The 2022 Legislative Session of the Kentucky General Assembly has concluded. Included in this year’s road plan for the commonwealth was funding for significant projects in Fayette County. Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) played an instrumental role in securing these vital funds.

SENATOR DAMON THAYER SECURES FUNDING FOR KEY GRANT COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE PROJECTS

The 2022 Legislative Session of the Kentucky General Assembly concluded on Thursday, April 14. Included in this year’s road plan was funding for significant projects in Grant County. Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) played an instrumental role in securing vital funding for the projects.

SENATOR DAMON THAYER AND REPRESENTATIVE PHIL PRATT SECURE FUNDING FOR KEY SCOTT COUNTY ROAD PROJECTS

The 2022 Legislative Session of the Kentucky General Assembly has concluded. Included in this year’s road plan for the commonwealth was funding for significant projects in Scott County. Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) and Rep. Phil Pratt (R-Georgetown) played instrumental roles in securing these vital funds.

SENATORS THAYER AND MCDANIEL HELP SECURE FUNDING FOR KEY REGIONAL AND COUNTY ROAD PROJECTS

The 2022 Legislative Session of the Kentucky General Assembly concluded on Thursday, April 14. Included in this year's road plan was funding for significant projects in Kenton County. Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) and Senate Budget Chair Chris McDaniel (R-Ryland Heights) played instrumental roles in securing funding for these vital projects.

Final Week of the 2022 Legislative Session

Last week marked the official end of the 2022 Regular Session. We concluded the final two legislative days on Wednesday and Thursday for the General Assembly to override Governor Andy Beshear's vetoes. In what could be the most active veto override effort in Kentucky history, eight Senate bill vetoes and over 20 state House of Representative bill vetoes were overridden, bypassing the Governor's attempt to block legislation. In addition to these overrides, we passed a few additional bills, and I expect those bills will be signed into law. 

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