Representative Dennis Keene Files Bills on First Day of Business in General Assembly

Keene 4Historic Tax Credits and Horse Industry Legislation

Frankfort, KY:  Representative Dennis Keene (D-Wilder) has filed two new pieces of legislation on the first day of business of the General Assembly’s 2015 legislative session. House Bill 118 relates to historic tax credits, which will remove the cap and provide property owners a tax incentive for rehabilitating and renovating historic buildings and homes.

House Bill 134 relates to pari-mutuel wagering which will create a positive impact on high profile horse racing events in Kentucky.

In addition to these two new bills, Rep. Keene has also filed legislation to deal with the heroin crisis and strengthen Kentucky’s DUI laws.

Representative Dennis Keene has served the citizens of the 67th District since 2005 and is the chairman of the House Licensing and Occupations Committee, Vice Chairman of Economic Development, Vice Chairman on the Budget Subcommittee on Transportation and a member of the Banking & Insurance Committee. Keene is a small business owner and an economic development advisor for EGC Construction. For more information, visit:

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