Former Secretary of State believes there's still time for special session on pension reform in 2017

November 14, 2017 By Don Weber
Spectrum News

As everyone wonders whether Gov. Matt Bevin will call a special session to address pension reform in the wake of the House sexual harassment scandal, former Republican Kentucky Secretary of State and Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President Trey Grayson still believes that there is time for a session to take place before then end of the year.

Grayson, now an attorney with Frost Brown Todd LLC, believes that having the special session on pensions is imperative before starting the 2018 budget session.

To read the full article and watch the interview with Trey Grayson, click here.

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