In spite of rumors that the pension bill might drop this week, Senate President Robert Stivers said on Wednesday that the earliest the bill would be released would be next week.
Union membership has declined; but interest in joining a union is at its highest rate in forty years, with many saying they would join if they could.
Working people across Missouri banded together and defeated Prop A, the bill that would have made "right-to-work" the law. Maybe the tide is turning?
Whoops! A Republican mass-mailer might nudge Martha Emmons to victory in the close third state House district race tomorrow. She’s the DEMOCRAT in the race.
This is a brief update on the "Sit-Ins to Stop Trumpcare" held Thursday at various McConnell offices. As we get more information, we will update this story.
Think Hurricane Florence won't affect us? Think again – East Kentucky could be hit hard, and there are six counties that are the most vulnerable.
Ten House candidates endorsed by the Kentucky COPE (Committee on Political Education) won and five lost in Tuesday's primary. We were one-for-two in the Senate. That’s .647, or .283 better than Boston Red Sox slugger Mookie Betts, tops in the majors this season so far.
Last night, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beat Joe Crowley for the Democratic nomination to Congress from NY-14. Here's why you should pay attention to this.
Clear Politics has moved the McGrath/Barr race from "Leans Republican" to "Toss-Up." Also, they give the Dems a "soft chance" to win control of the House.
As a former Army MP who's now a Baptist pastor with two social work degrees, William Coleman thinks he's got the resume to bring harmony to the KY House.
As noted by Rep. Linda Belcher in our recent podcast, medical marijuana continues to gain support. The movement to approve it in Kentucky got two different boosts this week.
Less than seven months after the Marshall Co school shooting, the Marshall County GOP has invited the NRA president to speak at their Fancy Farm dinner.