Kentucky’s neighbors in Missouri, Indiana, Ohio and West Virginia all have ballot initiatives to decide on today in addition to voting for candidates. No such luck in Kentucky, though it is easy to forget how much discussion we had about it earlier this year.
Of course, the casino issue took up a lot of time and discussion for something that got nowhere. Shutting down the Treasurer’s office at least got through the Senate. Another one that certainly could use more discussion was a bill to cut the 60-day legislative sessions down to thirty days.
Kentucky law prohibits more that two amendment questions from appearing on the ballot in the same year.