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Kentucky Senate OKs change to rein in 'supersized' legislative pensions

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FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Senate voted Thursday to rein in a nearly decade-old law that has allowed legislative pensions to be "supersized" when lawmakers land higher-paying government jobs. The measure would allow lawmakers to opt out of a provision of a 2005 state law that can significantly pad their legislative pensions by taking plum judicial or executive branch posts. It passed the...

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