- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 3, 2016

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky lawmakers are banding together to promote the state’s automotive industry.

Dozens of lawmakers from both political parties on Tuesday started an Automotive Caucus to work with an industry that officials say employs more than 136,500 people in Kentucky.

Kentucky ranks third nationally in car production and second in light truck production.

Caucus members have pledged to work with the automotive industry in coming years on such key issues as workforce training, tax policies and technology development. Auto manufacturers say they’re especially interested in developing the next generation of manufacturing workers for their plants.


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