Retirement Plan Report Final_Page_01 When it comes to a secure retirement many Kentuckians are in danger in part because they lack access to a retirement account at work that can help them save, new read more
revenue growth Revenue receipts are in for June 2016, the final month of Kentucky’s last Fiscal Year (FY), showing modestly strong General Fund growth of 3.7 percent since 2015. Here are five read more
Waiver table The Medicaid waiver proposal the administration has drafted claims the changes will save $2.2 billion over the first 5 years of the program. But the data shows those savings would read more
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By Jason Bailey
August 24, 2016
The Bevin administration submitted its waiver proposal to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today, keeping the problematic approach that was in the original plan with modifications in read more
By Ashley Spalding
August 22, 2016
Kentucky college students face barriers and challenges as they begin a new academic year, some of which are worsening as a result of yet another round of state budget cuts read more
By Gayle Bartilow
August 17, 2016
The safety net plays a critical role in alleviating poverty and strengthening the Commonwealth, lifting approximately 810,000 Kentuckians above the poverty line each year through federal and state funded programs, read more
By Micah Johnson
August 16, 2016
As Kentucky’s economy continues to grow, the state’s revenue intake reflects that growth less and less. Just over the last year from fiscal year 2015 to 2016, state personal income read more