One member of the pension reform conference committee doesnâ€™t expect a deal to be reached anytime soon.
State Rep. Jil Tracy (R-Mt. Sterling) acknowledges that progress has been slow, saying the committee has a few components in place, but nothing has been in stone.
â€śAs much progress as I feel like weâ€™ve made, I feel like now weâ€™re kind of stalled trying to get a pulse on whatâ€™s going to be acceptable in the House and in the Senate,â€ť Tracy said.
Tracy says there was more dissension amongst committee members at the last meeting. Sheâ€™s still hopeful that theyâ€™ll be ready to recommend legislation in time for the October veto session.