KRC provides comprehensive research and analysis on legislative bills and environmental issues of concern. During legislative sessions, we publish a weekly analysis, produced by our policy team, of bills we are supporting, opposing, and tracking, along with in-depth analysis of bills of particular concern. We supplement these weekly postings and newsletters with action alerts.
Under the aegis of the Center for Environmental Policy, we focus on development of proactive policies and proposed laws and ordinances to promote healthy communities and a healthy environment in Kentucky.
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As we have for each legislative session since 1984, we look back on the bills that KRC supported and opposed during the recently ended 2020 General Assembly Regular Session. With apologies to Clint Eastwood, here is The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.
This list profiles the environmental, conservation, consumer and general government bills that the Kentucky Resources Council supported, opposed, and tracked during the 2020 General Assembly Regular Session, complete through adjournment sine die.
"The utilities have decided that what is being fed into the grid should be devalued. They're doing this while at the same they're building overpriced solar arrays for the people who can neither afford or their house is not oriented in the proper fashion. So they're looking to push out of the market those who would more control over the energy future." - Tom FitzGerald, KRC Director