WKU Public Radio News Staff
Fri July 25, 2014
Kentucky Lawmakers Head To Little Rock For Southern Legislative Conference Meeting
Tomorrow marks the start of the Southern Legislative Conference’s annual meeting in Little Rock, Ark. and Kentucky will be front and center.
Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers is expected to be nominated chair-elect, setting the stage for the Manchester Republican to be nominated as chairman of the SLC in July 2015.
The following summer, in July 2016, representatives from the Southern Legislative Conference’s 15 states will meet in Lexington. That event is expected to bring 1,200 guests and generate $2 million in economic impact.
This year's conference continues through Wednesday in Little Rock.