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Kentucky Chamber leader talks pension, 2018 legislature
The Kentucky legislature has made some big moves in the last legislative ... and creation of a review board for nursing homes, among other things. Adkisson said Gov. Matt Bevin had wanted to tackle tax and pension reform, but has been focusing on pension ...
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