Its pretty obvious you didnt google anything or try to check any facts. Just pushing your party platform. I dont know whether you read all the previous comments leading up to when you started commenting or not. I doubt it.I think if you had you would have seen that KRS went through some reforms already .Anyone hired 2014 or later no longer has the defined benefit pension system.Whether you are Republican or Democrat it shows nothing but partisanship when you blame all on one party.Its been a two party under funding effort.. The pension problem wasnt much of a problem until the state Senate came under Republican control. In fact in 2001 the KERS NH fund was at more than 125 percent. Thats the one down around 12 or 13 percent now. I am still trying to locate the figures prior to that. One of the main culprits in this whole deal was Pattons budget director James Ramsey that later became U of L president. He helped get U of L in a mess as well before he was kicked out. Anyway the pension funding has steadily decreased since then for KERS NH. I think when Fletcher came in to office it was somewhere above 85 percent. When Fletcher left it was around 52.5 percent.Fletcher did take heat for not funding and people were raising flags every step of the way even under Patton. The media just didnt pick it up and widely report it.When Beshear left office in 2015 after 8 years it was around 15 to 16 percent.