A bill with roots in white supremacy would of course ban concepts that expose white power structures threatened by Diversity Initiatives.
The bill passed the House even though there was no financial impact statement. Turns out HB 5 is hella expensive.
Louisville is one major city using ShotSpotter, and has come under criticism for the placement of the monitors in mostly poor and black neighborhoods.
GOP lawmakers push bill to make adding fluoride to water optional against advice of Kentucky dentists
Where is all this anti-DEI agita coming from, anyway? Kimberly Kennedy has the answer.
Some thoughts from the Louisville senator on HB 18 and SB 131.
Student IDs are rarely used to vote and have no verifiable connection to election fraud, but a bill to exclude them as a primary voter ID has advanced through the Kentucky Senate.
The attacks on DEI programs come from a base of half-truths, mis-truths, and outright lies. In this two-part series, Kimberly Kennedy lays out what our politicians get wrong about DEI.
It seems Sen. Phillip Wheeler has forgotten both whom he represents, and what his job is in Frankfort.