Three Kentucky business leaders — David Dean, left, of the Associated General Contractors of Kentucky, Dave Adkisson of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and Tom Underwood of the National Federation of Independent Businesses — urge pension reform during a news conference on Feb. 1, 2013 in Frankfort, Ky. Photo by Jack Brammer | Staff.
Three Kentucky business leaders — David Dean, left, of the Associated General Contractors of Kentucky, Dave Adkisson of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and Tom Underwood of the National Federation of Independent Businesses — urge pension reform during a news conference on Feb. 1, 2013 in Frankfort, Ky. Photo by Jack Brammer | Staff.
Three Kentucky business leaders — David Dean, left, of the Associated General Contractors of Kentucky, Dave Adkisson of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and Tom Underwood of the National Federation of Independent Businesses — urge pension reform during a news conference on Feb. 1, 2013 in Frankfort, Ky. Photo by Jack Brammer | Staff.

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