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Daily Story List for 1/24

The Daily Story List for 1/24/23

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Content recently published on Forward Kentucky. You may share any of our original content as long as you include the byline, attribute it properly, and link back to the original. Please do not share content we have cross-posted.

Editor’s Note: Sorry there were no Story List emails at the end of last week; I was traveling. Am including some of that content in this Story List.

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Republicans practicing ‘economic blackmail’
Biden and the Democrats should make it clear: no negotiating with economic terrorists
Union membership continues to grow in Louisville
More coffee shops join the union movement in Derby City.
Charles Booker needs money. Here’s why.
Booker emails tell the tale.
More voting locations secured for special election
Jefferson County Clerk agrees to 12 voting locations rather than 4
Paducah commission ousts member over racist texts
Four-term Paducah City Commissioner David Guess wasn’t just disciplined after he was caught sending a racist text message to a city employee. He got fired, effective immediately.
Which candidates grabbed their domain names?
And did they get ALL of them?

Cross-posted content

On the emptiness of Kelly Craft
No, Ms. Craft. Just no. No matter how you spin it, this is not what it means to have an empty chair at your table, and you know it.
Beau on the debt ceiling and the Republicans
Some more straight talk from the guy in his garage.
Beshear and Booker! w/Jamie Lucke of the Kentucky Lantern
Aaron, Kimberly, and new co-host Chris Preece dig in on the KY political news of the week, and then are joined by the editor of the Kentucky Lantern, Jamie Lucke, to discuss this new news initiative.
Nueva Fuerza interview – plus, what’s going on in the juvenile justice system
An interview with David Lopez and Diana Duran of Nueva Fuerza. Plus, a deep dive into the problems of our state’s juvenile justice system.
Quarles to reschedule political event after being billed alongside officer in Breonna Taylor raid
Multiple organizations called out Quarles for speaking at the event.
The Republican Party has left Mitch McConnell. He just doesn’t know it yet.
The only people still on his side is his caucus; how long will that last?

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