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Published on Mar 25, 2014
In discussing the Senate version of the Kentucky state budget, Minority Floor Leader R. J. Palmer (D-Winchester) applauded his Republican counterparts for fully funding retirement plans, maintaining commitments to K-12 education, and restoring the 2.5 percent cut to higher education. But he expressed concerns about language that makes raises for teachers optional instead of mandatory. He spoke on March 24, 2014.