Bill Thielen, then the executive director of the Kentucky Retirement Systems, testified in June 2016 that he didn’t think Gov. Matt Bevin had the authority to restructure the KRS Board of Trustees.
Bill Thielen, then the executive director of the Kentucky Retirement Systems, testified in June 2016 that he didn’t think Gov. Matt Bevin had the authority to restructure the KRS Board of Trustees. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com
Bill Thielen, then the executive director of the Kentucky Retirement Systems, testified in June 2016 that he didn’t think Gov. Matt Bevin had the authority to restructure the KRS Board of Trustees. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com

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