State of Working KY FINAL_Page_01 To view this report in PDF form, click here. Despite steady improvement in the overall economy since the Great Recession, the current presidential election cycle has demonstrated Americans’ persistent and read more
waiver 1 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
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
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By Ashley Spalding
September 29, 2016
A new federal Department of Labor (DOL) rule clears the way for states to offer a particular model of retirement plan for private sector workers without it being subject to read more
By Ashley Spalding
September 28, 2016
Data released today by the U.S. Department of Education shows  Kentuckians leaving college with student loan debt are among the most likely to default nationwide. The state’s new default rate read more
By Ashley Spalding
September 28, 2016
The impact of Kentucky’s 2011 criminal justice reforms on the state’s inmate population and budget have been much less than what was projected when Kentucky enacted HB 463, or the read more
By Ashley Spalding
September 9, 2016
The Council on Postsecondary Education’s latest accountability report, which was released yesterday, shows Kentucky has continued to make little to no progress on some important higher education measures. While the read more