Who supports the P3 Jobs bill?

The following list of organizations have encouraged Gov. Beshear to sign HB 407, the bipartisan P3 Jobs bill, into law. This law would bring Kentucky into line with our surrounding states by using innovative partnerships between government and private companies to create jobs. It protects taxpayers by shifting financial risk away from taxpayers and creates accountability by requiring all contracts to be publicly vetted and approved.

American Council of Engineering Companies of Kentucky
American Institute of Architects Kentucky (AIAKY)
Associated Builders and Contractors of Indiana and Kentucky (ABC)
Associated General Contractors of Kentucky (AGC)
Chamber Leadership Initiatives for Northwest Kentucky (C-LINK)
Commerce Lexington Inc.
Corbin Economic Development Agency
Greater Louisville Inc. (GLI)
Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce
Hardin County Chamber of Commerce
Homebuilders Association of Kentucky (HBAK)
Kentuckians for Better Transportation (KBT)
Kentucky Association of Counties (KACO)
Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors (KAHC)
Kentucky Association of Manufacturers (KAM)
Kentucky Association of REALTORS®
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Executives (KCCE)
Kentucky Fire Sprinklers Association
Kentucky Forest Industries Association
Kentucky League of Cities (KLC)
Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association
Kentucky Motor Transport Association (KMTA)
Kentucky Network for Development, Leadership & Engagement  (KYNDLE)
Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA)
Lexington Downtown Development Authority
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray
London-Laurel County Chamber of Commerce
Madisonville-Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce
National Federation of Independent Businesses – Kentucky (NFIB)
Murray-Calloway County Chamber of Commerce
Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce
Richmond Chamber of Commerce
Southeast Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Woodford County Chamber of Commerce

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