Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed state budget cuts, especially those to higher education, generated much discussion in Frankfort. The proposed budget calls for $650 million in cuts, with most state agencies seeing cuts of 4.5 percent for the remainder of this fiscal year and 9 percent cuts over each of the next two fiscal years

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Two local legislators said what stands out about Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed budget that slashes $117 million this year in state spending, then…

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Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed budget is continuing to draw scrutiny and debate in Frankfort as lawmakers build House and Senate versions of budge…

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Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed state budget cuts, especially those to higher education, continue to generate much of the discussion in Frankfort a…

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Taking a break from the ongoing General Assembly session in Frankfort, Sen. Mike Wilson, R-Bowling Green, and Rep. Michael Meredith, R-Brownsv…

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As time for the General Assembly to craft a budget dwindles – Friday is the 41st day of the 60-day session – more questions than answers surro…

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Three Democratic wins in Tuesday special House elections may alter the seemingly inevitable battle over the state budget as the General Assemb…

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The Kentucky Senate’s budget plan released last week includes cuts to education programs such as family resource centers.

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