It was concluded that these women were escorts, and that they had come to the party at the behest of Ohlala.Several women were rumored to be carrying credit card readers.
"I was like, oh, he’s kind of …" Neither had plans that night, so they started figuring out where they could meet up for a drink.
The majority party is trying to garner the votes on a difficult bill.
Now they've said there will be an investigation, which is going to take up a lot of folks' time and focus."Miller noted that there are still not enough votes in the House for a pension reform bill, but he said Sunday that with some changes, "we think can get us to enough votes."Miller said the chances that pension reform passes at a special session this year are now "at best, 50-50.
Jerry Miller, an Eastwood Republican, said the weekend turmoil "certainly jeopardizes" the prospects of passing pension reform at a special legislative session this year.
"But by no means does it kill it (passage at a special session) because this is the most important thing facing Kentucky from a fiscal-economic standpoint.
Glued to her Twitter feed as we sit on the deck, Poppenreiter dismisses the credit card part, at least, as "ridiculous." But, she says, "It’s true, to some extent.