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After seeing its Medicaid waiver blocked in court, the Bevin administration has cancelled vision and dental coverage for 460,000 Kentuckians.
The U.S. Senate just voted to affirm our commitment to our NATO allies and the alliance ... but Kentucky's own Rand Paul voted against it.
Jason Bailey says that in his 20 years of working on policy in Kentucky, he has never seen pushback like what is happening over Gov. Bevin's pension bill.
Matt Jones jokes that more than a few of his sports radio show fans consider him “their one liberal friend.” That background has informed his work on NKP.
Excited about Yuengling beer coming to Kentucky? Well, if you support unions, care about the environment, and can't believe anyone would vote for Donald Trump, you may want to re-think your excitement.
Congressman John Yarmuth brought an unabashedly liberal message to arguably the most conservative corner of the Bluegrass State, and his listeners loved it.
A secret Facebook group that started as a safe place to vent about the pension bill has grown to over 10,000 members, and plans a rally in Frankfort.
The GOP leaders of the KY legislature, wanting a "different direction," have fired the director of the non-partisan Legislative Research Commission.
This year, voters seem mostly focused on pensions, taxes, and education. But a sleeper issue could doom the KY Dem party for at least a decade—maybe longer.
Moving trucks rolled up to the state capitol in Frankfort to begin the "KY Moving Party" rally, where voters were urged to "move out" certain legislators.
Secretary of State Alison Grimes released a statement on her thoughts about the intersection of Fancy Farm and the Republican program for Kentucky.