General Assembly to reconvene on April 13-14

The Kentucky General Assembly is in the midst of its 10-day veto recess after passing a state budget and several other prominent bills last week on items such as tax reform, charter schools, abortion, gambling, elections and changes to public assistance.

State lawmakers delivered 140 bills to the desk of Governor Andy Beshear following a two-day period of voting and debate on the floors of both chambers.

Beshear has until the end of the day on Monday, April 11th to sign the bills, let them become law without his signature or issue vetoes. Lawmakers will then have an opportunity to override any vetoes when the General Assembly reconvenes on Wednesday and Thursday, April 13th and 14th, for the final two days of the session.