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Now that challenger D.J. Johnson has withdrawn his election challenge of Jim Glenn, some thank-you's are in order.
The bills to provide relief for universities and other agencies contain bad provisions that actually make things much worse for the pensions systems.
Legislators: Do you ever wonder why we continue to come to Frankfort? It's simple – we don't trust you. Let me explain why, and what you can do about it.
The 2019 General Assembly still has ONE more day – and there are some bills that could still pass before they adjourn Sine Die. Here are five to watch for.
When what was to be the "pension session" all but ended Thursday night, one issue was glaringly missing from the list of completed bills.
Less than 24 hours after the legislature passed its first bill to restrict abortion, the ACLU filed a lawsuit challenging it and asking a judge to block it.
The legislature poked another hole in the Open Records Act by tucking a provision that would make tax-related records secret into a 233-page tax bill.
Think it's just about the TRS board? You'd be wrong – it's part of a larger plan to plunder pensions, bankrupt schools, and privatize government.
The controversial $375,000 salary of Kentucky's chief technology official Charles Grindle would be cut way back under a bill filed in the General Assembly.
The Kentucky Senate passed legislation Thursday to license and regulate midwives statewide.
In the end, not even a tweet from President Donald Trump could save an iconic coal-burning power plant in Western Kentucky.
Sen. Chuck Schumer met with Amy McGrath to recruit her to run for the Senate against Mitch McConnell. McGrath listened and said she would consider it.
On the first anniversay of the Parkland school shooting, a KY Senate committee approved a bill allowing people to carry a concealed gun without a permit.
Darrell Pugh, running for state Senate from Senate district 31, is the first candidate in the race with a television ad. It began running Wednesday.
In a vote against President Trump, Rep. Thomas Massie voted for a House resolution telling the President to pull U.S. troops out of Yemen within 30 days.