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The KY Ed Dept may face an uphill battle lobbying the legislature for charter schools funding during next year’s session, according to one senator.
There is nothing in the legislature's ethics code that specifically addresses sexual harassment in the workplace. Rep. Kelly Flood intends to change that.
Sen. Jimmy Higdon, R-Lebanon, will no longer be president pro tem when the Kentucky Senate reconvenes in January.
Two veteran Kentucky Republican senators — Alice Forgy Kerr of Lexington and Tom Buford of Nicholasville — have lost their committee chairmanships.
Kentucky Senate Republicans held their annual planning retreat, and listed some of their priorities for the 2019 Kentucky General Assembly.
Here you go -- the dates for next year's General Assembly. Put them on your calendar, 'cause it's a short session, with only a few days to be heard.