Kentucky Archives

June 21, 2019

Concerns over Pensions Grow as Deadline Nears

In just 10 days, pension contribution rates for regional universities and quasi-state agencies are set to about double.  “It was one of those deals when once again, something was getting done at the very end of the session,” Larry Totten said …

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April 3, 2019

Kentucky Lawmakers Make Another Mistake

Today’s blog post was contributed by Andrew Collier, Communications Director at NPPC. Kentucky legislators have a habit of passing legislation at the very last second, bypassing the democratic process by waiving readings and stifling input from the public. Just like …

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March 20, 2019

Kentucky lawmakers are at it again

Today’s blog post was written by NPPC Communications Director Andrew Collier. If you’ve been a reader of Defined Benefit since we started this blog, you’d know that some lawmakers in Kentucky have tried to dismantle public pensions several times. Last …

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