HB 293 would regulate the sale of kratom in Kentucky. Here is an explainer about the substance and why the KYGA is considering this bill.
Trump indictment unsealed – a criminal law scholar explains what the charges mean, and what prosecutors will now need to prove
The Conversation spoke to criminal law scholar Gabriel J. Chin at the University of California, Davis School of Law about the most important takeaways from the unsealed indictment – and the new, open questions it presents about Trump’s alleged criminal activity.
Exhausted from the turmoil and drama coming out of Frankfort? Us too. Here’s an excellent article with tips on dealing with it.
We’re leaving critical information out of the conversation – namely, the growing evidence that gender dysphoria has a basis in biology.
These have gotten very little press, but they are still worth knowing about.
A bill appears ready to pass, then the GOP splits, and suddenly the bill gets tabled. What happened?
Even if Jan. 6 referrals turn into criminal charges – or convictions – Trump will still be able to run in 2024 and serve as president if elected
It’s true – Donald Trump can still run for president, and serve, even if he is charged and convicted of crimes. With ONE exception.