budget 1 To view this report as a PDF, click here. The budget passed by the General Assembly maintains the governor’s proposed cuts of 9 percent to many parts of government over read more
Governor Bevin vetoed $40.3 million in funding for need-based college scholarships contained in House Bill 10, meaning denied aid for nearly 22,000 low-income students that had been awarded by the read more
With Kentucky considering pursuing a waiver that makes changes to its Medicaid program — and looking at Indiana’s waiver design in particular — it is important to keep in mind read more
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By Jason Bailey
April 28, 2016
Governor Bevin vetoed $40.3 million in funding for need-based college scholarships contained in House Bill 10, meaning denied aid for nearly 22,000 low-income students that had been awarded by the read more
By Anna Baumann
April 25, 2016
Despite improvement, the labor market is still weak for young Kentuckians graduating from high school and college in 2016 according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI). read more
By Dustin Pugel
April 22, 2016
The two-year budget agreement now being considered by Governor Bevin made incremental but substantial changes to the state’s two main investments in early childhood care and education (ECCE). The state’s read more
By Dustin Pugel
April 19, 2016
Too little funding for early childhood care and education (ECCE) in Kentucky means that quality care is too expensive for low-income families, and remains unaffordable for most Kentuckians. A new read more