Rural Americans are the most likely to say the pandemic is over, and least likely to take precautions against it Members Subscribers Public
Though the coronavirus remains entrenched in rural areas, rural Americans are more likely than their suburban or urban peers to have rejected or given up on social distancing, masking and/or vaccinations. "They feel, in short, that the pandemic is 'over,'" Olga Khazan reports for The Atlantic. According to
SBE site delivering incorrect voting locations for special election Members Subscribers Public
For some time, we have told people that their one-stop shop for voting information was GoVoteKY.com. It's a great site, with a LOT of functionality and great information. Unfortunately, for the special election next Tuesday, some of that information is incorrect.
Should we get rid of cash bail? Members Subscribers Public
On this podcast, we talk with Alex Flood about the project to eliminate cash bail in Louisville: why it is ultimately both unconstitutional and morally bankrupt, and what we could do instead.