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Kentucky Unemployment insurance freeze, extra education bills sent to governor

The Kentucky General Assembly (provided)

by Steve Bittenbender

The Center Square contributor

Tuesday is the final day for the Republican-led Kentucky General Assembly to approve bills and retain a chance to override any vetoes before the session ends. As such, it was a busy day in both chambers.

Among the bills now heading to Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s desk includes one that keeps unemployment insurance premiums at 2020 levels for the next two years and a bill that gives students a supplemental year of schooling.

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