Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is set for a televised State of the Commonwealth address tonight, and has told reporters he will oppose any tax hikes to fix Kentucky’s crippled State Employee Pension Fund. Instead, Bevin said his plan will include sweeping what he called “found monies,” including unexpected windfalls from lawsuit settlements and judgments, into the retirement systems. He pointed to the unprecedented $870 million a judge has ordered an online poker company to pay the state as an example. That judgment is being appealed. The Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System needs an extra $1 billion over the next two years just to avoid bankruptcy. That does not include state workers and police officers in the Kentucky Employees Retirement System and the State Police Retirement System, which are facing their own cash crisis and need a combined $320 million over the next two years.