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Atria Senior Living and the Kentucky Association of Assisted Living Facilities (KALFA)
Objective: Update the laws regarding the operation of assisted living facilities in the Commonwealth of Kentucky during the 2010 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly. The last change occurred in the 2000 legislature.
Elevator Industry Work Preservation Fund (EIWPF)
Objective: Pass model legislation during the 2010 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly establishing minimum safety standards for the operation and maintenance of commercial and passenger elevators. This objective also included for the first time the licensure of both elevator mechanics and elevator contractors and required the annual inspection of freight elevators.
Farm Credit Services of Mid-America
Objective: Seek a legislative/executive branch remedy to reduce or eliminate the intangible tax burden imposed by the Kentucky Revenue Cabinet on the capital structure of Farm Credit Services of Mid-America.
Kentucky Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
Objective: Change state law to designate licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFT) as qualified mental health professionals (QMHP), which is the same designation that psychologists, psychiatrists and licensed clinical social workers have afforded to them in statute.
Kentucky Association of Adult Day Centers (KAAD)
Objective: To secure a 10% rate increase for services provided by Adult Day Centers to the elderly population effective July 1, 2006. The last rate increase for Adult Day services was in 2000.
LifePoint Hospitals, Inc.
Objective: To change existing regulations which limit hospitals that are permitted to perform open heart surgery based on a mileage restriction from an existing facility performing the surgery.
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Objective: Change the Federal Tax Code to stop stipends to foster families from being treated as taxable income.
Objective: To secure a rate increase for the services provided to individuals with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities. In the previous four years, rates had decreased.
Southern States Cooperative, Inc.
Objective: Seek repeal of the Alternative Minimum Calculation (AMC) tax that was applied to Southern States Cooperative (SSCOOP) as a result of the tax reform legislation adopted in 2005.
The Association of Settlement Companies (TASC)
Objective: Pass model legislation during the 2010 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly establishing operating standards and regulation of debt settlement companies.
Objective: Seek closure to an ongoing six-year legal and political battle with the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Department of Labor regarding numerous citations/civil penalties as a result of two fatalities in July 1999 at the company’s operations in Robards, Ky. Primary objectives were a final settlement and a reduction in the proposed civil penalties from almost $500,000 in proposed citations in excess of 100 and elimination of the four proposed “willful violations.”
Objective: Seek to change the language in House Bill 1 of the 2007 Special Session of the General Assembly relating to biodiesel and the tax credits associated with it.
UnitedHealthcare of Kentucky, Ltd.
Objective: Preserve the state employee health insurance contracts awarded to UnitedHealthcare through a competitive RFP. Contracts which were being threatened by the Attorney General, lawmakers and UnitedHealthcare’s competitors during the 2004 Extraordinary Session of the Kentucky General Assembly.
Yum! Brands, Inc.
Objective: Eliminate state and federal regulations that prohibit dual-logo highway signs on interstate highways.
Improve state transportation officials attitude regarding a potential waiver.