The 60-day 2018 session of the General Assembly is complete. Here are some bills of note that became law:
- HB 200 — Executive Branch budget
- HB 366 — Revenue bill that alters Kentucky income tax exclusion for certain pension income and sunsets the 5.1 percent contribution to TRS by universities on June 30, 2018, for any person who elects or elected to participate in the optional retirement plan
- SB 151 — Creates cash balance plan for new hires
A list of all pension-related bills contained on the website of the Legislative Record is updated at the completion of each day of a session.
Who’s my legislator? Find that out and much more about Kentucky laws at the Legislative Research Commission‘s page.
The Kentucky legislature convenes in regular session on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January for 60 days in even-numbered years and for 30 days in odd-numbered years. It also convenes in special sessions at the call of the governor. The Kentucky Constitution mandates that a regular session be completed no later than April 15 in even-numbered years and March 30 in odd-numbered years.