The Kentucky Gazette

Kentucky Legislative Research Commission

 Sunday, Jan. 24 – state Rep. Brian Linder, 44; Thursday, Jan. 28 – state Sen. Dan Seum, 76; Saturday, Feb. 13 – state Rep. Kenny Imes, 69; Wednesday, Feb. 17 – state Rep. Jim Glenn, 68; Thursday, Feb. 18 – U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie, 52; Saturday, Feb. 20 – U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, 74, and state Rep. Jody Richards, 78.

Kentucky General Assembly: Week in Review

Ore. ranchers actually mooch off government.

 Block grants to states decline, report finds.

Ky: A Cautionary Tale

Bevin unveils budget

18 February 2016

9:30 a.m. Make it: Kentucky Association of Master Contractors convention. Louisville


Kentucky's flagging public pension systems now are considered the worst in the nation, according to a story in Governing magazine. The commonwealth's situation is called a "cautionary tale" for other states and offers a glimpse of what could be in store for them.

  In a combined State of the Commonwealth and budget address, Gov. Matt Bevin revealed his financial plan for the next 30 months – the remaining six months of this fiscal year and the next two years. Bevin's plan contains no tax cuts, a 4.5 percent across-the-board cut in executive agencies, and pay raises for state troopers and others "who protect us." 


The Commonwealth's Journal

on Public Affairs, Government & Politics

9 February 2016

8:30 a.m. KAM Business Briefing and tour of Capital City Tool. Frankfort

Talk About It

15-16 February 2016

Kentucky Crushed Stone Association’s annual Safety and Education Seminar will be in Louisville this year.