Republicans in the Kentucky Senate aren't comfortable with the $3.3 billion bonding plan the state House passed to shore up teachers' pensions. The GOP caucus is calling for a review of KTRS.
Kentucky Senate Democrats, including Minority Floor Leader Ray S. Jones II, above, are complaining that GOP leadership in the chamber are pushing through bills too quickly and in violation of the constitution.
Save the Date.: Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Business Summit, Louisville
8:15 a.m.: Gatton School of Business at UK hosts Supply Chain Forum, Lexington
The Commonwealth's Journal
on Public Affairs, Government & Politics
Sunday, March 2 – state Rep. Kevin Sinnette, 53; Monday, March 3 – state Sen. John Schickel, 61; Saturday, March 8 – state Rep. Jeff Greer, 51; Monday, March 10 – state Rep. Rick Rand, 58; Tuesday, March 11 – state Rep. Ron Crimm, 80; Wednesday, March 12 – state Sen. Paul Hornback, 58; Thursday, March 13 – state Rep. Tom McKee, 74.
Kentucky Legislative Research Commission
7:30 am.: Author Mathew Sleeth is guest speaker, Governor's Prayer Breakfast.