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Read the Lexington Herald-Leader's special report Win, Lose or Draw: Gambling for Jobs including coverage of MACED's spending report.

The Economic Development Game, part one of series, November 6, 2005

Waste and secrecy, editorial, November 6, 2005


Governor defends state's methods for bringing in jobs
, November 10, 2005


Incentives Can't Make Jobs Stay
, part two of series, November 13, 2005

Incentive money isn't buying much, editorial, November 13, 2005


Tax incentives increase business in Bluegrass
, editorial, November 14, 2005

State keeps close eye on programs, recipients, editorial, November 14, 2005

 

Driving Past the Job Sites, part three of series, November 20, 2005

 

Economic development needs attention, editorial, November 21, 2005

Incentives key weapon in battle for businesses, editorial, November 21, 2005

Strong leader, strong cabinet, editorial, November 21, 2005

 

Wanted: New Strategies, part six of series, December 8, 2005

 

New year means it's time for new tax breaks, January 16, 2005

 

House task force to study tax breaks, February 9, 2006

 

Listen to WEKU's coverage of the Accounting for Impact report. (4:04, 1.8 Mb mp3)

 

 

Experts: Incentives costing Ky. , Cincinnati Equirer, November 8, 2005

 

Report: State tax breaks given, then forgotten, Cincinnati Equirer, January 16, 2006

 

Read the editorial from Business Lexington titled "Economic Development: It’s time for hard questions", December 16, 2005