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Your reading list for Thursday, 8/3

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The most chilling statement in the Trump indictment
It’s one sentence in a 45-page document. But it says so much. Pay attention to it.
Dear Jamie Comer – You’re diggin’ where there ain’t no taters.
Comer continues to be a “walking, talking embarrassment.”
Andy Barr is here to save us from The Trans
According to Bill Straub, ol’ Andy Boy is just looking for the right ‘threats’ to give himself looney creds.
Medicaid renewal process a barrier for Kentuckians struggling with housing
Experts say the state’s Medicaid renewal process — triggered by the end of pandemic-era continuous-coverage protections — could negatively impact Kentuckians who need housing help.
Cherlynn Stevenson interview, and Daniel Cameron picks Robby Mills
Robert brings us a show about Daniel Cameron’s selection of Robby Mills as running mate, and Craig Greenberg’s selection of Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel as the LMPD chief. Then, he talks to Cherlynn Stevenson about her elevation to leadership, close elections, and the political situation in Lexington.
SB 150, plus Buddy Wheatley
We cover a couple of political stories related to the hateful SB 150. Then, we’re joined by candidate for SOS, former state rep Buddy Wheatley. We hear about his vision for voting in our commonwealth and why current SOS Michael Adams doesn’t deserve the bipartisan kudos he’s been given.
The lineup for this year’s Fancy Farm
Unlike previous years, all the candidates are going to be there.
The Mussolini McDonald’s
The end of the fascist leader of Italy, but not of fascism in today’s Italy
Trans youth are significantly more likely to attempt suicide when gender dysphoria is met with conversion therapy than with hormone treatment
The evidence is clear: denying trans youth support and care increases the chance of suicide.
McGarvey statement on anniversary of Kentucky abortion ban
Congressman Morgan McGarvey (KY-03) released the following statement to mark the one-year anniversary of Kentucky’s abortion ban.
Why ‘No Labels’ is a wolf in moderates’ clothing
Don’t get suckered – and don’t let your friends be fooled, either.
Ed commissioner resigns
Kentucky Repubs finally get their way

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