An update on the trip to EKY by Jeff Wiggins and Jerald Adkins to see how unions can help.
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Jessica Neal, a candidate in last spring’s Republican primary election for state Senate District 24, posted $57,368 Monday with the Campbell circuit court clerk to get a recount of the election.
The federal health insurance program for children helps keep more than 620,000 Kentucky kids insured. But the expanded coverage expires in October. Now what?
In their haste to override the gov’s emergency declaration, the KYGA inadvertently cost the state $350 million in SNAP benefits. Why? Just because they could.
This week we discuss the EKY floods, the response, and how you can help. Jazmin updates on the abortion lawsuit. And we talk w/ Kelly Jones, the Dem candidate in H-68 in Northern Kentucky.
Aaron and Kimberly discuss the horrible flooding throughout Eastern KY w/ Rep. Cherlynn Stevenson and KY 120 member Christina Trosper. Then, we interview Matt Lehman, who is running for Congress in NKY, lining up against Libertarian/twitter troll Thomas Massie.
What does the conservative wing of the Supreme Court want the outcome to be? A ban on abortions. What civil rights stand in the way of that ban? Doesn’t matter. They’re gone now.
Kansas voted down the anti-abortion amendment, and not just in the cities: fourteen counties that went for Trump in 2020 voted against the amendment.
Senate candidate Charles Booker has released a new ad called “Shared Dreams.” In it, he talks about the challenges all of us are facing, and promises to fight for all — Democrats, Republicans, and Independents — when he gets to Washington.
“It’s more important to help the people of eastern Kentucky who are hurting in the floods than to go to Fancy Farm and listen to anti-worker politicians bash other politicians who support working people,” Wiggins said.
The rural-urban divide reflects numerous differences across our state. But one issue that affects everyone is the overdose epidemic. Two activists share what we need to do with our settlement money.
Now that the Christian Nationalists can taste victory, they really don’t need their useful idiots any longer.
The New York Times is reporting that four current and former police officers have been charged in connection with the raid on Breonna Taylor’s apartment.
News & Notes for Wednesday, 8/3/22 – healthcare bill passes, special session under discussion, and more
The abortion amendment on this fall’s ballot is basically the same rejected last night in Kansas. Will the results be the same? And is the KY GOP worried?
Charles Booker was in eastern Kentucky of the weekend, delivering relief supplies. Where was Rand Paul? Uhm ... not there.