Click to view as PDF. The series of reports from PFM on Kentucky’s pension systems overstate serious challenges with the condition of the state’s plans to justify drastic cuts in  read more
Click to view as a PDF. Last August, Kentucky applied to modify its Medicaid program through a request to the federal government to waive certain requirements of the law, known read more
The final report from the state’s pension consultant PFM uses exaggerated claims about the condition of all of the state’s pension plans to justify harsh and ultimately counterproductive cuts to read more
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By Jason Bailey
September 20, 2017
Calls to end Kentucky’s defined benefit (DB) public pension plans often refer to the move away from DB plans in the private sector and suggest read more
By Dustin Pugel
September 15, 2017
The latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), known as the Cassidy-Graham bill, would cut Kentucky’s funding for low-income health care by $3.1 read more
By Pam Thomas
September 8, 2017
Cleaning up expensive tax breaks is essential if we are going to invest in a stronger Kentucky and restore funding to our pension systems. The read more
By Jason Bailey
September 6, 2017
The 401k-type defined contribution (DC) plans proposed by PFM in their final report would cost more than Kentucky’s existing defined benefit (DB) plans, according to read more