As the 2017 General Assembly adjourned, 722 businesses and organizations were registered to lobby. That’s a nine percent increase since this time last year.
The businesses and organizations which have registered to lobby in the past month are: Americans United for Separation of Church & State; Appalachian Citizens Law Center, Inc.; Celgene Corp.; Center for Education Reform; Kentucky Association of Home Inspection Professionals; Kentucky Solar Industries Association; Louisville Arena Authority; Mainstreet; Teamsters Local 89; Teladoc, Inc.; and U.S. Hemp Farming & Business Roundtable.
Sanitation District No. 1 and TAC Air terminated their lobbying registrations, and are no longer lobbying the General Assembly.