Coal miners urged lawmakers to extend the excise tax that funds the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund, which will drop 55% if Congress doesn’t act.
Almost as soon as election night was over, Amy McGrath supporters were encouraging her to run for governor in 2019. But can she?
A radical and punishing "public charge" rule change would harm immigrant families across Kentucky and the country, and is an affront to our commonwealth.
A criticized transition readiness requirement proposed for high school graduates is being axed from the proposal two days before the final state board vote.
There is nothing in the legislature's ethics code that specifically addresses sexual harassment in the workplace. Rep. Kelly Flood intends to change that.
Together Frankfort is marching in Frankfort's Christmas Parade by walking, handing out candy – and singing "My Favorite Things" with new progressive lyrics!
Rocky Adkins and Stephanie Horne brought their campaign for Kentucky governor and lieutenant governor to Paducah, and got a strong reception.
Site-based decision-making councils (SBDM) were a key feature of Kentucky education reform in 1990. Now there are proposals to change the way they work.
Another court battle is brewing over the re-approval of Kentucky's Medicaid overhaul despite the contentious work requirements for “able-bodied” adults.
After receiving "incredibly nasty" emails from teachers, Kentucky education chief Wayne Lewis issued a call for civility to the state's educators.
Dems drew the House districts in the last redistricting, but those district maps have gone from favoring Dems to favoring Repubs. Why?
More than 10,000 Kentuckians have lost food assistance (SNAP) in the state in the last several months because of new work requirements.