Kentucky R.S. Gets Monetary Boost

Sorondo, Marc
July 2006
Investment Management Weekly;7/17/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 28, p4
Reports on the plans of Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher to give U.S.$15.2 billion to the Kentucky Retirement System for the fiscal year 2006. Division of the money among some funds; Level of an increase in employer contribution from executive branch agencies; Views of state budget director Brad Cowgill on the efforts of the governor to improve the retirement system.


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