Say Thanks to Elected Officials who Supported Extending the KEES Scholarship to Kentuckians with a Former Felony Conviction

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Everyone deserves the opportunity to seek higher education. Currently, anyone with a felony conviction – whether they are incarcerated or have served their sentence – is banned from utilizing Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) money. HB25 passed the House, going further than similar legislation in years past.

Message Recipients:
Legislators who supported HB 25

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Everyone deserves the opportunity to seek higher education. Currently, anyone with a felony conviction – whether they are incarcerated or have served their sentence – is banned from utilizing Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) money. HB25 passed the House, going further than similar legislation in years past.

Hopefully, this legislation will return in 2022, and I look forward to your continued support.

I hope you, your family, and your staff are healthy, safe, and well.

Sincerely,

[First Name] [Last Name]

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