This coming Monday, August 26,at 7 PM ET, Bluegrass Institute scholar, Brian Strow, BB&T professor for the study of capitalism at Western Kentucky University, will be answering YOUR questions concerning the quagmire that is Kentucky’s $30 billion unfunded public pension liability crisis!
August 26 – Town Hall meeting on the Kentucky public pension crisis – What is it? How will it affect state workers, taxpayers, and the state’s economy? What can be done to straighten out the mess? Did you know that the state pensions are very underfunded – to the tune of about $5,000 for every man, woman and child in the state, and that they continue going further into debt? Did you know that the state legislators voted themselves a huge pension windfall? Did you know that the law makes Kentucky pensions secret, so there is no way the public can monitor them? We will have a speaker from the Bluegrass Institute who will explain the pension crisis and answer your questions.
So come on out this Monday at 7 PM to the Jeffersontown, KY Library at 10635 Watterson Trail in Jeffersontown, Kentucky to hear Bluegrass Scholar, Brian Strow, explain how Kentucky taxpayers can escape the billion dollar hole that is Kentucky’s public pension crisis.