Kentucky’s special session on pensions explained

After being called into a special session on Monday by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, lawmakers adjourned Tuesday night unable to come to an agreement on the issue.

The special session came as a result of pension legislation passed during the 2018 legislative session recently being overturned by the Kentucky Supreme Court.

Jacqueline Pitts, Managing Editor of The Bottom Line, breaks down why the bill was overturned, what happened in the special session where an agreement was not reached, and what it means for Kentucky in the video below:

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