Click to download a PDF of KCEP’s initial analysis of the governor’s budget proposal. The governor’s proposed budget makes deep cuts to education, eliminates funding for 70 programs and makes read more
Kentucky has what it takes to restore essential investments our commonwealth — revenue options to address our eroding General Fund as an alternative to more budget cuts. This interactive tool read more
Click to view this report and its appendix as a PDF. Plenty of attention is paid to how badly funded Kentucky’s public pension plans are. Compared to other states, our read more
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