His response to a reporter seemed pretty firm.
Kentucky senators advanced an amended bill Tuesday that would let a parent pursue child support payments for the months they were pregnant, but only retroactively. Abortion rights advocates say the updated bill addresses their legal concerns about fetal personhood.
He intends to finish his term, which lasts to January 2027, but will relinquish his leadership role this fall.
The bill passed the House even though there was no financial impact statement. Turns out HB 5 is hella expensive.
Louisville is one major city using ShotSpotter, and has come under criticism for the placement of the monitors in mostly poor and black neighborhoods.
The Senate Education Committee unanimously advanced a bill Thursday that would create an endowment fund for research consortiums in Kentucky.
The majority of states are not processing food assistance applications on time and making too many payment errors, according to the federal government.
Student IDs are rarely used to vote and have no verifiable connection to election fraud, but a bill to exclude them as a primary voter ID has advanced through the Kentucky Senate.
“I want to serve my community, and give my community a choice by running for office.” – Lauren Hines
People all across the state see what a bad bill HB 5 is. Let us hope our legislators eventually do as well.
A bill to expand the homestead exemption passed, but not without concerns.
First it was James Comey. Now it is Robert Hur. Both men took it upon themselves to defame a presidential candidate, and put their thumbs on the scales.
There is no ‘crime epidemic.’ Lawmakers should not saddle Kentucky with even more prisoners and costs.
HB 5, the so-called “Safer Kentucky Act,” is just what this writer calls it: an extremely unwise octopus of a bill.
Susan Weston of the Pritchard Committee digs into the House’s budget bill and compares it to what is in the Big Bold Ask.