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This year’s General Assembly in Frankfort came to a familiar end. The regular session was followed by a coda — special session — to finally tie things up.
The sticking point was how to patch a $140 million shortfall in this year’s Medicaid budget.
Gov. Steve Beshear’s plan, in short, was to “borrow” money from the second year of Medicaid’s budget and cut spending next year through privatization.
Senate Republicans, led by David Williams of Burkesville, wanted across-the-board spending cuts, including to education.
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