Marsy’s Law, which seeks to lay out constitutional rights for victims of crimes, will soon make its way to the Kentucky Supreme Court.
Rep. Kim Moser says she has the votes to make schools tobacco-free, urge medical-marijuana research, and make it easier to get treatment for addiction.
Facing another legal challenge to its revised Medicaid program, the Bevin administration has delayed implementation of the program's work requirements.
After a recount that took all day on Saturday, the election between Jim Glenn and D.J. Johnson was declared a tie. What happens next is unknown.
AG Beshear sent a letter to the leaders of the General Assembly today, telling them that SB 9, the fetal heartbeat bill, is unconstitutional.
State Rep. Jeff Hoover and two other lawmakers have sued the former staffer who alleged sexual harassment, for violating the confidentiality agreement.
The recount in the Jim Glenn election challenge will be done by the local county clerk's office, instead of by the House committee.
Lawyers for Gov. Bevin say Kim Davis should be held responsible for nearly $225,000 in legal fees incurred by couples who sued her in 2015.
Now that the filing date has passed, we can give you the entire list of candidates for state-wide office in this year's elections.
A Herald-Leader/ProPublica story alleges that Alison Grimes's staff used their access to voter rolls to look up job applicants and politicians.
A new bill could help end the use of cash bail as the main way defendants are held in jail pretrial, and possibly lead to other criminal justice reforms.
With the deadline tomorrow, a number of people have filed to run in this year's statewide races. Here's the latest list, straight from the SOS web site.