A new tax structure, charter school funding, and is sports betting coming to Kentucky? Members Subscribers Public
This show is all about bills: a bill which would make significant changes to Kentucky's tax system, a bill to fund charter schools, several sports betting bills, bills about bail, and lots more.
Quintez Brown’s bail is paid, a redistricting ruling, and a new marijuana proposal Members Subscribers Public
Robert is by himself this week, and covered three stories: the bail being paid for Quintez Brown; the court ruling on the redistricting maps; and a marijuana legalization framework.
Rep. Buddy Wheatley; Craig Greenberg survives a shooting; and a legislative update Members Subscribers Public
Rep. Buddy Wheatley joins us to talk about his Northern Kentucky district, the bills he’s sponsoring, and his campaign. Also – the Greenberg shooting, various KYGA bills, and Beshear’s tax plan.
Interview with Cherlynn Stevenson, CRT bill, and Louisville’s jail crisis Members Subscribers Public
Rep. Cherlynn Stevenson on running in a new district; the new CRT bill and the “parent’s rights” bill; the jail crisis in Louisville; and Election 2022.
Keturah Herron interview, ”Porch Pirate” bill, & the future of special sessions Members Subscribers Public
An interview with Keturah Herron, who is running for two offices at the same time. (!) Also, the “porch pirate” bill, and the lege calling itself into special session.
Derek Penwell, the Lexington mayor’s race, and KYGA22 Members Subscribers Public
This week, Jazmin and Robert interviewed Derek Penwell, who announced a run for KY House last year. Also, they discuss the candidacy of Adrian Wallace, who is running for Lexington Mayor, and updated the news about the session so far. And, a COVID update.
MOKP – Tornados, policing issues, COVID update Members Subscribers Public
The 12/17 newsletter from My Old Kentucky Podcast, covering the news of the past week.
Redistricting, vaccine mandates, and the West End TIF Members Subscribers Public
This week in the newsletter, Jazmin explained a court case where the AG won an initial ruling against the federal vaccine mandates, and looked at two stories about Louisville's West End. Robert wrote about redistricting and the implications, as well as a COVID update.
Vaccine mandates blocked, redistricting unfairness, and more Members Subscribers Public
In this week's MOKP, Jazmin and Robert discuss several topics in state government.
Mae Suramek, Candidate for State Rep Members Subscribers Public
This week – Mae Suramek, Dem candidate for the 89th district in the upcoming special election; COVID numbers; and Beshear's commutations. Plus, a healthy amount of Quick Hits.
Explainer: The "educational scholarships" lawsuit Members Subscribers Public
Robert Kahne explains what the "educational scholarships" lawsuit is all about.
The eviction moratorium in Kentucky Members Subscribers Public
This week Robert and Jazmin talk about the situation with the CDC's eviction moratorium in Kentucky, the increased spread of COVID-19 in Kentucky, and several quick hits.