Courts Closed Tuesday Because Of Budget Cuts

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Updated: 9/02/2012 7:34 pm

Budget cuts continue to make their impact on Kentucky Courts.

Courthouses will be closed two days this week: one for the Labor Day holiday and a second because of lack of money.

This is the second of three scheduled furlough days. The next will be October 15.

Court officials will meet in January to decide if there will be more furlough days for the final six months of the current fiscal year.

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