As positive-test rate zooms above 9% and hospital cases surge, Beshear urges more vaccinations, boosters, and caution Members Subscribers Public
The share of Kentuckians testing positive for the coronavirus in the last seven days zoomed above 9 percent Thursday, and most other measures of the pandemic in Kentucky kept rising.
KYGA 22 Schedule Members Subscribers Public
Here’s the published schedule for the 2022 regular session of the KY General Assembly.
Vaccine mandates blocked, redistricting unfairness, and more Members Subscribers Public
In this week's MOKP, Jazmin and Robert discuss several topics in state government.
A new series of articles from publisher Bruce Maples Members Subscribers Public
In light of the firehose of political news that causes us to give each story or issue about ten minutes before we move on to the next, I've decided that certain topics deserve more than that. So, I'm starting a series I'm calling “The Hair-on-Fire Series.”
GOP will win through gerrymandering – even with no change in votes Members Subscribers Public
A recent analysis of legislative redistricting maps from across the United States showcases the vast influence of political gerrymandering, which will likely benefit the Republican Party in next year’s 2022 midterm races — even if voters’ preferences haven’t changed since Democrats won in 2020.
Cameron wins preliminary court order over vaccination requirements Members Subscribers Public
Two federal court cases in which Attorney General Daniel Cameron played a major role have led to judges issuing a halt in COVID-19 vaccination requirements, both for federal contractors and for healthcare workers.
Five misconceptions about gun violence in the U.S. Members Subscribers Public
From the author: "My students have many misconceptions about the scope and nature of the problem of gun violence, and I believe they are not alone."
Want to know what's REALLY driving up prices? Let's go to The Classroom. Members Subscribers Public
Republicans and right-wing pundits like to blame inflation on higher wages for workers and increased spending to invest in our people. But could there be another set of factors that are the REAL reasons for what's happening? Let's go to The Classroom to learn more.