As we head into the Christmas weekend, there are rumblings in various quarters that President Trump could try to fire Special Counsel Mueller. Why would that be a big deal? And what would we do about it?
"Freeway blogging" - or putting up political signs above or near highways - has been going on for a while in California. Now it has come to Kentucky.
Public employees and a number of grassroots activism groups have announced a "Fund Our Pensions Rally" at the Capitol building this Wednesday.
The administration cut the ACA enrollment period and cut the advertising budget. Two local groups are fighting back by raising funds to do it themselves.
La Casita in Louisville will offer a clinic on DACA renewals on 10/3 @ 6-9 PM at 223 East Magnolia. Walk-ins are welcome; some financial help is available.
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Grassroots groups will hold a "People's Town Hall" rally outside a Tea Party fundraiser to call attention to the lack of town halls held by Republicans.
Grassroots organizations will hold healthcare rallies on Saturday to call on Congress to save the Affordable Care Act and NOT take away healthcare.
Wednesday, July 12, is "Save Net Neutrality" Day across the internet. Do YOU understand why that is important? If not, here's Katie Couric to tell you.
Vice-President Mike Pence will visit Lexington on Wednesday to promote repealing the ACA, and local groups are planning a "Pop-Up Protest."
Congressman John Yarmuth has rescheduled his Healthcare Town Hall. Here are the updated details for this event, which is open to the public.
Multiple groups across Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana are planning symbolic rallies on bridges over the Ohio River to stand against the GOP healthcare bill.