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Kentucky Pension Reform has been a part of the state's legislative agenda since the end of the 2017 session.  Here is a list of important information since then.  Some of this information relates back to the original proposal from Governor Bevin.  The latest (Senate Bill 1 proposed by Sen. Bowen) information is at the bottom of the page.  

The Hardin County delegation of the Kentucky General Assembly held a forum at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center about pension issues and their effect on state employees.  CLICK HERE to watch the forum.

CLICK HERE to see a summary of the details presented by Governor Matt Bevin, Speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives Jeff Hoover and Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers on Wednesday, October 18 on the proposed pension reform legislation.  

CLICK HERE to see a video about pension reform by Daviess County Schools Superintendent Matt Robbins.  

CLICK HERE to see the pension reform bill comprised by the Legislative Research Commission, Governor Bevin, Speark of the House Hoover and Senate President Stivers.

CLICK HERE to see a summary of the bill by section.

CLICK HERE to see a comparison of current benefits vs. benefits proposed by the new legislation.

CLICK HERE to see information regarding government pension offset from the Social Security Administration.

CLICK HERE to see how the proposed legislation may affect you (comprised by HCS Chief Operations Officer John Stith).

Here are the email addresses for all of legislators Hardin County sends to the General Assembly:

CLICK HERE for information on contacting all members of the Kentucky House of Representatives.

CLICK HERE for information on contacting all members of the Kentucky Senate.

CLICK HERE to find a list of legislators that influence education issues.

CLICK HERE to find a list of newer members of the General Assembly (those elected in 2016)

CLICK HERE to see how much will your KTRS pension benefit would be under the new proposed plan.

CLICK HERE to read about an analysis that indicates the proposal could cost teachers $4.4 billion.

CLICK HERE to see a summary of Senate Bill 1 (introduced to the Kentucky Senate on February 1, 2018).  CLICK HERE to see the bill in its entirety.  

CLICK HERE to see House Bill 539, the proposed pension reform legislation from Rep. Steve Riley (R-Glasgow).  

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