From Frankfort

GOP state rep. believes pension reform should be taken up the first week of the 2018 legislative session

12/06/2017 11:27 AM

FRANKFORT – As 2017 winds down, one northern Kentucky GOP lawmaker believes that Gov. Matt Bevin should not call a special session, but instead, allow the General Assembly come back on January 2 for the start of the regular 2018 session, and pass a pension reform bill the first week, much like they did with a number of priority bills at the start of the 2017 session. Rep. Kim Moser, R-Taylor Mill, believes that since it is so late in the... Read more 


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