Louisville news: The MacBook-and-latte set shall inherit the Earth (as long as it's bridge-free) edition [News roundup]

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  • "Kentucky’s state pension fund could run out of money in 2019 if contributions remain inadequate and market investments sag, under a worst-case scenario presented to lawmakers Thursday." [Blugrass Politics]
  • "Democrat Jack Conway and Republican Rand Paul shared a stage [yesterday] to talk about their bids for the U.S. Senate." [WFPL]
  • "In the current issue of Louisville Magazine, Editor Bruce Allar questions the nonsensical, $4.1 billion Ohio River Bridges Project, which will destroy any chance this city has of becoming Nashville North and/or attracting the coveted MacBook-and-latte set." [LEO Weekly] [Disclosure 1: Louisville Magzine's publisher is one of the publsihers of this website. Disclosure 2: I am a proud member of the MacBook-and-latte set.]
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