This week, counties were well represented in several legislative committees to discuss the effects of COVID-19 and potential legislation for the 2021 Session.
Secretary of State Michael Adams and officials with the Department of Corrections testify on COVID impact
The candidates were chosen during Thursday’s quarterly meeting of the Kentucky Retirement Systems (KRS) Board of Trustees.
Notice of Executive Order (“EO”) 2020-708.
Calloway County Judge/Executive Kenneth Imes and KACo's Legislative Director Shellie Hampton testified in front of the Interim Joint Committee on Local Government about the importance of broadband access and affordability.
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According to the Kentucky Constitution, bills passed during a legislative session become law 90 days after the adjournment of the session, which was April 15, 2020.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, legislators passed a one-year budget with the assumption that revenues will be much lower than expected.