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Terry Gill resigns as secretary of economic development
23 April 2019
Terry GillFRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Matt Bevin Tuesday accepted with regret the resignation of Terry Gill, secretary of the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, effective at the end of May. “The impact that Terry’s leadership has had on the...

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Will Gov. Bevin’s Special Legislative Session On Pensions Happen?
23 April 2019
When Gov. Matt Bevin vetoed the pension bill that passed out of the legislature last month, he promised to call lawmakers back to Frankfort to do it all over again in a special legislative session before July 1. But the timing of the yet-to-be-annou...

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Kentucky Tonight: Public Employee Pensions
23 April 2019
Kentucky Tonight: Public Employee Pensions By Renee Shaw The post Kentucky Tonight: Public Employee Pensions appeared first on KY Policy.

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Sales tax exemption a win for Kentucky nonprofits
23 April 2019
The last session of the Kentucky General Assembly resulted in a much-awaited gift for nonprofit organizations: an exemption from sales tax. The exemption was a legislative priority of the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, a state association of nonprofits,...

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KY Supreme Court rules in favor of Frost Brown Todd on Department of Revenue open records case
23 April 2019
Kentucky taxpayers now have access to the state’s Department of Revenue (DOR) tax rulings. The case, Department of Revenue v. Mark F. Sommer, was successfully argued before the Kentucky Supreme Court by Frost Brown Todd (FBT) Member Jennifer Bar...

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Beshear: Ky. Receives Tobacco Settlement Funds
23 April 2019
FRANKFORT, Ky. (4/23/19) — Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear announced today the state received $117.58 million in tobacco settlement money last week. “For two decades, the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement has had a positive impact on...

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Adam Edelen gets Louisville teacher union nod, but where have other endorsements landed?
22 April 2019
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Adam Edelen got a big boost from the Louisville teacher's union, but who else is supporting him and his rivals?         

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Will Rocky Adkins reconnect Democrats with rural Kentucky?
22 April 2019


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‘Unsustainable.’ For EKU and others, legislature and governor must act quickly on pensions.
22 April 2019
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Adjustments recommended for pension numbers
22 April 2019


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Lawmakers Eyeing E-Cigarette Tax Increase in 2020
22 April 2019


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Kentucky has high rate of improper payments in the Unemployment Insurance program
22 April 2019
By Tom Latek Kentucky Today Kentucky has one of the highest rates of improper payments in the Unemployment Insurance program, but state officials say they have taken steps to bring it under control. 
The Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery A...

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Bevin looks to overcome battles to win another term
21 April 2019


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KEMI board votes to cut CEO's pay following critical audit
21 April 2019


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Hubbard Suspended from Practicing Law for 60 Days
21 April 2019


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Kentuckians may be living longer and Louisville's pension woes are worse because of it
21 April 2019
The Kentucky Retirement Systems board's adoption of a new mortality table means the city's pension payment increases continue even longer.         

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Kentucky Politics Distilled: Primaries A Month Away
21 April 2019
This week in Kentucky politics, Democratic candidates for governor finally appeared on stage for the first time ahead of next month’s primary election. And a battle is waging over the votes of teachers, who held massive protests in Frankfort in rec...

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Impact Of Redlining Outweighs JPMorgan’s $3 Million Grant, Advocates Say
21 April 2019
JPMorgan Chase has announced it will grant $3 million for Metro United Way of Louisville to administer programs to expand financial literacy coaching and high tech job training aimed at residents of six of the city’s low-income neighborhoods. The ...

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Edelen internal poll shows Beshear with wide but narrowing lead in primary race
18 April 2019
A memo from the polling firm of Adam Edelen’s campaign for governor shows that while Attorney General Andy Beshear maintains a significant lead over his two main Democratic primary competitors, the race has tightened since a Beshear poll found him ...

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Democrats Try To Set Themselves Apart In Louisville Gubernatorial Forum
18 April 2019
With about a month to go before Kentucky’s primary elections, all three major Democratic candidates for governor appeared together on stage for the first time on Thursday. During a forum held by Louisville’s Rotary Club, candidates differed only...

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