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Kentucky AG Andy Beshear and Virginia AG Mark Herring have jointly asked for “the immediate payment” of all wages owed to Blackjewel employees.
Matt Jones, the popular host of the TV show "Hey Kentucky," has been pulled off the show until he decides whether or not he is running for Senate.
It's just as we expected. But it is still disappointing. After President Trump told four Congresswomen, all women of color, to "go back where they came from," we hoped that at least one Kentucky Republican would have the spine and the decency to call out the president for his obviously racist tweet. Instead, it's complete radio silence. Even in the face of overt racism from the leader of their party.
The Democrats in Frankfort don't like Bevin's bill, and they have an alternative that is faster, cheaper, and far more legal.
Former Marine Corps pilot Amy McGrath brought in a whopping $2.5 million in the first day of her campaign to challenge U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, according to her campaign, a formidable number that could help her clear the field in a potential Democratic primary.
July 19 is a "very likely" starting date for a pension-related special legislative session, Kentucky House Majority Leader John "Bam" Carney said Tuesday.
In response to the Trump administration's use of family separation and concentration camps for immigrants, a group called Lights for Liberty is sponsoring a worldwide this Friday, July 12th. Hundreds of local vigils are planned, including across Kentucky.
With all the other things in the news, plus the holiday weekend, you may have missed this: Republicans are trying once again to wreck your healthcare, and a group of state attorneys general, including Andy Beshear, are trying to save it.
SB 193 is a bill that is supposed to improve our open records laws, but the KY Open Government Coalition explains why it actually makes things worse.