Jazmin and Robert join forces again this week to talk about several topics in Kentucky state government. Jazmin talks about a preliminary injunction Daniel Cameron's office won in federal court, blocking vaccine mandates in three states. Robert updates the redistricting saga, which we learned a bit more about this week. Also addressed are Louisville's west end TIF, an expansion to Louisville's Waterfront Park, and a COVID update. (Subscribe to this podcast here, and support it on Patreon here.)
Vaccine mandates blocked, redistricting unfairness, and more
In this week's MOKP, Jazmin and Robert discuss several topics in state government.
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And with a straight face, no less.
The proposed federal rule says that LGBTQ foster youth must be placed in a household where they will not be abused.
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