House Bill 310 (2010)

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House Bill 310 (or BR 1216 2010) was introduced on January 22, 2010 by Representative Mary Lou Marzian to the 2010 General Assembly.

It is an act proposing to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to appropriations and revenue.

House Bill 310 proposes to create a section of the Constitution of Kentucky to increase the sales and uses tax rate by three-eighths of one percent for a period of time from July 1, 2011, until June 30, 2034; to establish an outdoor heritage fund, a parks and trails fund, a clean water fund and a sustainable drinking water account, and an arts and cultural heritage fund in the state treasury; to dedicate certain percentages of the sales and uses tax increase to these various funds; to clarify that these dedicated moneys are supplemental and not to be used as a substitute; to mandate that land acquired with money from the outdoor heritage fund be open to the public for hunting and fishing; to permit an adjustment by law if the sales and uses tax rate changes; to submit to the voters for approval or disapproval.[1]

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  1. HB 310 on lrc.ky.gov