From Forward Kentucky: “Get your program!” — Where 25 key Kentucky bills stand

Schools, taxes, pensions, gambling, guns, and more


Just four meeting days remain for Kentucky lawmakers to decide the fate of 788 bills filed during the 2019 legislative session.

The House and Senate plan to meet Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, when they hope to wrap up business on bills.

They’ve set aside a final day on March 28 (the 30th day of a session that can last only 30 days) to consider overriding bills Gov. Matt Bevin might veto. But they could also still vote on lingering bills that final day.

Here’s a look at where 25 high-profile bills stand.

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