The Judicial Form Retirement System reported its investment returns for legislators and judges Monday. From left: financial adviser Donald Asfahl; executive director Donna Early; Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Laurance VanMeter, board chairman; and financial adviser Andrew Means.
The Judicial Form Retirement System reported its investment returns for legislators and judges Monday. From left: financial adviser Donald Asfahl; executive director Donna Early; Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Laurance VanMeter, board chairman; and financial adviser Andrew Means. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com
The Judicial Form Retirement System reported its investment returns for legislators and judges Monday. From left: financial adviser Donald Asfahl; executive director Donna Early; Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Laurance VanMeter, board chairman; and financial adviser Andrew Means. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com

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