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How can this work? Lending money to struggling districts
Revolving loan fund - promises to pay like a Wimpy hamburger
How can this work? Lending money to struggling districts

Excuse my puzzlement, but is loaning money to struggling school systems a good idea? House Bill 141 which has now gone to the Kentucky Senate has been touted as a panacea for school districts having trouble making ends meet.

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House Bill 252: Unemployment benefits cut by almost 1/2 if passed
Lt. Gov. Jeannette Hampton and Rep. Richard Heath picnic in Columbus
House Bill 252: Unemployment benefits cut by almost 1/2 if passed

When a job is lost through no fault of the worker, unemployment insurance provides a safety net until the worker becomes employed again. If the Republican controlled General Assembly has its way, that net will have bigger holes. House Bill 252 will make substantial changes in how much unemployment will be available and to who..

Several bill sponsors face opposition in November, 2018.

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