Attorneys General Kentucky, Tennessee sue over stimulus tax rule

Attorneys General from Kentucky, Tennessee sue over stimulus tax rule

FRANKFORT, Ky. The Kentucky and Tennessee Republican Attorneys General have voted against a $ 1.9 trillion rule in the pandemic relief plan that prohibits states from using aid funds to offset tax cuts.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III accuse the federal government of an “unprecedented takeover”. You filed a lawsuit in Kentucky on Tuesday.

They’re filing for an injunction to block tax enforcement and asking for the restriction to be lifted.

The lawsuit mirrors the Alabama lawsuit filed by attorneys general in 13 states aimed at the determination.