Kentucky's governor is calling a special legislative session October fifth, to deal with the issue of teacher's health care costs. The Kentucky education association proposed a one day walk-out after the governor announced plans to raise health care premiums for all state employees. And a strike in October if their demands aren't met. Right now, teachers don't pay for individual benefits, only family plans. That would change under the governor's new proposal. Teachers will have to pay for individual benefits and a big increase in family plans. But local school officials say a walk out will only hurt students.