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Response to the Glenn ballot seizure by our publisher, Bruce Maples: "... some of the most blatant, power-driven, and unethical acts I've ever seen."
In this week's "My Old Kentucky Podcast," Jazmin and Robert tackle the first week of the KYGA19 session, including the five bills already passed.
Matt Bevin’s Public Service Commission is fighting to exclude advocates for the poor from decisions about rates for heat, light, and water. Why?
In a filing on Thursday, the lawyer for Rep. Jim Glenn presented five arguments for either deciding in Glenn's favor or dismissing the case entirely.
KyCIR published details from a deposition in the Hoover harassment case; one official has resigned, and there are calls for others to resign as well.
There is currently no public record of how much businesses spend lobbying the executive branch of Kentucky government. SB6 would change that.
Newly-elected House Dems wandered the Senate halls, looking for the one person besides Trump who has the power to shut down the shutdown: Mitch McConnell.
The Fish & Wildlife dept hired a new commissioner – the person who interviewed candidates for the job. This after an audit called for a "change in culture."
Rep. Robert Goforth, a Republican candidate for governor, denied accusations of sexual assault made by a woman with whom he had a relationship a decade ago.
Kentucky has one of the highest rates of residents who can't vote because of felony convictions — but a recent federal lawsuit is seeking to change that.
Arguing against government overreach, two Kentucky lawmakers are sponsoring legislation that would let local communities stop fluoridating their drinking water.
Robert Goforth, who has filed to run for governor, has filed a bill that eliminates most location restrictions for persons with a concealed carry license.
Gov. Bevin has issued a writ of election for the 31st Senate District Seat, vacated by Sen. Ray Jones upon his election as Pike County Judge Executive.