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Headlines for 4/12

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Forward Kentucky Stories

Kelly Craft campaigns with former UK swimmer Riley Gaines on ‘anti-trans’ message
Craft continues to push “anti-woke” talking points in her campaign.
To the Tennessee Three: the Kentucky Fifteen has your back
Kentucky lawmakers are standing with their fellow lawmakers in Tennessee.
Louisville’s mayor, congressman, and the physician treating victims call for action on gun violence
Louisville is prevented from enacting its own laws regarding guns. Mayor says this need to change.
Thoughts and Prayers
Funny how thoughts and prayers work for Republicans.
Create your own wildlife habitat
Are you seeing and hearing the same wildlife that you were twenty years ago?
Statement from House Democratic leadership on today’s shooting incidents
The three House leaders on what happened today in Louisville.
New rules aim to stop deceptive Medicare Advantage marketing
If you are old enough, you have no doubt been inundated with calls and mail about Medicare Advantage. Some of these are deceptive, and CMS wants to end the deception.

Top Headlines from Other Sources

‘Tough time for our city:’ Louisville to hold shooting vigil – An interfaith vigil is planned Wednesday evening in downtown Louisville to remember victims of the mass shooting at Old National Bank, allowing the public to offer prayers for the injured and to begin work toward a more peaceful city, Mayor Craig Greenberg said. The event at the Muhammad Ali Center is just a few blocks away from the bank, where a gunman killed five and injured eight others on Monday. “This is a very tough time for our city, and we were not meant to go through tough times alone,” Greenberg said in a statement. (Herald-Leader)

NPR quits Elon Musk's Twitter over 'government-funded' label – NPR says Elon Musk's Twitter has been undermining its credibility by falsely implying that it is not editorially independent. (WHAS - News)

Senate Democrats will hold hearing on Supreme Court ethics amid Thomas scandal – The lawmakers told Chief Justice John Roberts that they will consider legislative action if he doesn’t act on Thomas. (Truthout)

Other headlines

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott launches 2024 presidential exploratory committee (WLKY)

2024 presidential candidate to headline southern Kentucky Lincoln Day Dinner (Kentucky Fried Politics)

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. files paperwork to challenge Biden in 2024 (WLKY)

And from the Twitterverse


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