Articles based primarily on press releases we've received.
Protect Kentucky Access releases first television ad Members Subscribers Public
The coalition opposing Amendment 2 began airing their first television ads of the campaign today.
Protect Kentucky Access releases financial support, grassroots donations Members Subscribers Public
Yesterday, Protect Kentucky Access, the campaign to defeat Amendment 2, filed its financial disclosure statement for calendar year 2022, reporting over $1.4 million in contributions.
Gov. Beshear, lawmakers announce $212 million to help flood-damaged Eastern Kentucky rebuild over next 6 months Members Subscribers Public
Gov. Andy Beshear today joined state lawmakers in the Capitol Rotunda to announce a plan to spend $212.7 million over the next six months to help rebuild communities devastated by the deadly flooding that began July 26.
Joe Fischer’s SCOKY campaign called out by campaign conduct committee Members Subscribers Public
A non-partisan committee formed 16 years ago to monitor campaign conduct in judicial races has called out Joe Fischer for the blatant partisanship of his race for the state Supreme Court.
Lawmakers express concerns, support for those in flooded areas Members Subscribers Public
Lawmakers from Eastern Kentucky and other areas of the state expressed heartfelt concern Tuesday for those adversely affected by July’s torrential flooding.
Abortion remains banned in Kentucky Members Subscribers Public
A press release and statement from Planned Parenthood and the ACLU on today’s SCOKY ruling keeping the abortion bans in place.
Abortion is banned (once again) in Kentucky Members Subscribers Public
The Court of Appeals has granted AG Cameron’s motion overturning the temporary injunction of Kentucky’s trigger law. Thus, abortion is once again banned in Kentucky.
League of Women Voters releases statement on Dobbs; urges defeat of Amendment 2 this fall Members Subscribers Public
The KY LWV board issued this statement in response to the SCOTUS ruling overturning Roe. In addition, they urged voters to reject Amendment 2 this fall.