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Agencies established by merger or interlocal agreement, participation in state health plan - HB 150: HCS
CERS, allow certain agencies to opt out of participation in the state health plan - HB 229: SCS
Charter schools, authorizers of - HB 103
Constable, constitutional amendment allowing county legislative body to abolish office of - HB 360
amendment, General Assembly, compensation suspended - HB 36
amendment, increase terms of office of legislators - HB 92
Employees Retirement System establishment of 85% as funding level for pension/insurance funds - SB 2: SCA (1)
Employees Retirement System, agencies not required to participate in state health insurance - HB 150
Employees Retirement System, establishment of 85% as funding level for pension/insurance fund - HB 480: SCS
officers with duties coextensive with Commonwealth, salary reductions, when prohibited - HB 466
Districts of innovation, schools of innovation - HB 394: HCS
Kentucky Retirement System, close of KERS & SPRS to new members and provisions of new system - SB 2: SCS (2)
Retirement Plan, restrict account consolidation with other state systems for new member - HB 100
Retirement Plan, restriction of account consolidation with other state systems - SB 89
Peace Officer Professional Standards, recertification after retirement - HB 229
Professional firefighters, state allotment increase - HB 268
Reemployment after retirement, prohibition of second retirement account - SB 2
Retirement, close of KERS, CERS, SPRS, LRP, and JRP to new members - SB 2: SCS (1)
Senior status judges, prohibition against running for office before completing five years in program - HB 419
State Investment Commission, Sudan, investments in, divestment of - HB 151
retirement systems, ban on placement agents and board duties - HB 480: HCS
retirement systems, require state auditor to perform audit every 5 years - HB 480
Teachers in charter schools, participants in Teachers' Retirement - SB 3
Volunteer fire departments, increase in aid to $10,000 - HB 236

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