Politics & Government

December 5, 2013 4:35 PM

State's pension systems seeking $2.3 billion in next two-year budget

Kentucky lawmakers will be asked for $2.3 billion in public pension contributions this winter as they prepare the state's next two-year budget, potentially diverting more than 10 percent of the budget for the retirement benefits of state workers and school teachers.

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