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Two key state senators expressed strong reservations Wednesday about the University of Louisville's request for a $50 million state loan needed to help finance the university's plan to acquire Jewish Hospital and other KentuckyOne Health assets.
Matt Jones, the founder of Kentucky Sports Radio and a rabid University of Kentucky fan, has proven over the years he knows how to throw jabs at University of Louisville athletic programs. He now is planning to unload on U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a new book titled “Mitch, Please! How Mitch McConnell Sold Out Kentucky (And America Too).”
The national motto is "In God We Trust." A new law requires all public schools in Kentucky to post it. So, these schools put up an enlarged dollar bill.
I thought it was a joke, but it's real: a petition to rename the street Trump Tower is on in NYC to "Barack Obama Avenue." Of course, I signed it.
Federal prosecutors continued building their case Wednesday that Lexington businessman Jerry Lundergan made illegal corporate contributions to the campaign of his daughter, Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, while the defense worked to discredit a key prosecution witness.
Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton filed suit against Gov. Bevin on Thursday, asking for court orders that would restore her two fired staff members to their jobs.
Jerry Lundergan, father of SOS Alison Grimes, went on trial Tuesday for allegedly making illegal contributions to her Senate campaign in 2014.
When election season rolls around, it is important to pay close attention to what candidates for office are saying. It is even more rewarding to listen for what they are not saying. As I have inspected Governor Matt Bevin’s behavior and campaign messaging this year, I am struck by the extent to which he concedes that he really is now irrelevant to the future of Kentucky.
House Democrats held a press conference Tuesday with family members and friends of victims of mass shootings to pressure Mitch McConnell to bring the Senate back and vote on the House-passed background checks bills.
Senate leader Mitch McConnell is now being targeted by an ad campaign from the gun-safety group founded by Gabby Giffords. Here's the ad they're running.