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The Reading List for Wednesday 6/21

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News and Notes for Wednesday
Headlines and excerpts from across the political landscape
Bruce’s Take: Share the “No Labels” info w/ friends and family
Learn from the past, learn from the present – and Just Say No.
Adams: Renew ERIC membership for one year, while building alternatives
Caught between two bad alternatives, the Secretary of State decides to stay the course for now.
Dem candidate Emma Curtis releases platform
Emma Curtis, who is running for Lamin Swann’s open seat, released her platform today.
Cameron’s loss in court should be a cautionary tale for future AGs
The Oldham County Circuit Court’s June 13 open meetings opinion should serve as a cautionary tale for the next Attorney General.
Beshear campaign, Kentucky Democratic Party return $202,000 linked to London mayor
Contributions were made on Randall Weddle’s credit card
‘Gaslighting insanity’ – Journalist says Beshear supporters relentlessly harassed her after she fact-checked governor
Journalist Olivia Krauth has spoken out against supporters of Governor Andy Beshear, saying that she faced relentless harassment following her fact-check article about Beshear’s claim of a record number of employed Kentuckians. Krauth, a politics reporter at the Louisville Courier Journal, teamed…
KVH says ’be vigilant’ about your Medicaid and CHIPs coverage
Look for your renewal notices, so you don’t lose your coverage.
Rick Wilson lays out the truth about the “No Labels” group
You consider yourself a moderate? You like the idea of “no labels”? Well then, you need to read this.
Books aren’t killing our kids – guns are
Teri Carter names the #1 killer of our children – with examples

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Bruce Maples

Bruce Maples has been involved in politics and activism since 2004, when he became active in the Kerry Kentucky movement. (Read the rest of his bio on the Bruce Maples Bio page in the bottom nav bar.)

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