It is the time of year when the Kentucky General Assembly is in session and this is one of those years when legislators need to pass a budget for the state. Because of a lack of revenue, Kentucky has cut $1.6 billon from education, health and other services over the past 6 years and the talk in Frankfort is of more program cuts, or possibly, tax reform that could bring in the needed revenue. WMMT checked in with some folks for their thoughts on the state of the state and how their neighbors are faring during these tough times. Mimi Pickering reports.
February 27, 2014