President Trump's plan to sign a government funding bill and declare a national emergency drew two different reactions from Kentucky's senators.
Former House Speaker Jeff Hoover wants a law requiring Kentucky candidates seeking statewide office to show voters their tax returns.
Two anti-abortion bills are both on fast tracks in the General Assembly, having been passed by their respective houses by large margins.
A top Republican lawmaker is proposing legislation that would strip SOS Alison Lundergan Grimes of her authority over the Kentucky State Board of Elections.
A bill to ban abortion in Kentucky, should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade, easily cleared the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday.
Lobbyists for Kentucky’s nursing homes have helped write two bills in KYGA19 that would place new restrictions on state inspections of nursing homes.
ORSANCO is expected to vote this week on the future of water-quality standards that impact nearly two-thirds of Kentucky's waterways.
A bill to make Kentucky school properties tobacco-free passed unanimously out of the House health committee, and will be voted on Monday, Feb. 11.
Protests will be held across Kentucky today (February 18) to protest President Trump's emergency border-wall declaration.
SB 100, the anti-solar bill pushed by utility companies, was made less anti-solar by amendments in the Kentucky House, and now goes back to the Senate.
The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill that eliminates the requirement for a permit or for training in order to carry a concealed weapon.
Despite announcing he would resign as a trustee of the Kentucky Retirement Systems, Neil Ramsey is still a board trustee of the state agency.