Gov. Matt Bevin Wednesday unveiled “Keeping the Promise,” a comprehensive plan addressing Kentucky’s $40 billion public pension problem. According to media partner 14News, Bevin indicated that the plan, if passed, would fix the problem most likely within 34 years. Bevin called it a plan that will address the moral and legal obligations they have made to the workers under the pension program. One feature is that they are now moving to a 401K type contribution plan for all future, non-hazardous employees. This includes teachers and other government workers who are not in a physical line of duty.