State legislators will work out the kinks for a hybrid public-employee pension plan that may dig Kentucky’s retirement benefit program out of its fiscal grave.
State House and Senate members reconvened the General Assembly Tuesday, tackling the biggest elephant in the room: the public-employee pension plan.
State officials looked at data from the Pew Center on The States analysis which estimates Kentucky has a $30 billion unfunded liability.
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