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"I am disappointed by recent comments made about Kentucky's teachers, who are concerned about the fate of their pensions. Teachers are the heart of every community across the Commonwealth. They show up early every morning for our children – using money out of their own pockets for supplies and foregoing sick leave – because they know a class full of students is counting on them. Education is the strong foundation of our future, and every Kentuckian is indebted to their tireless efforts to encourage Kentucky's young people to live up to their potential.Related: OP-ED: Saving Kentucky's Retirement Systems
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