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This is your weekly ForwardKY newsletter, with a request from Bruce and this week’s stories.

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Bruce Maples
Bruce Maples, publisher

Good evening! I hope you and yours had a nice Thanksgiving (whatever “nice” is for you 😉). Ours was lots of good food and a warm time with family, and was over too soon.
    And with Thanksgiving in the rear-view mirror, we can see the Christmas season just ahead, and right behind that comes 2024. And with 2024 comes the General Assembly, and a very critical election year, and all that goes with both of those things.
    SO – to get ready for 2024, I need to learn what is most important to you about Forward Kentucky, and what keeps you engaged as a member. To do that, after I send this newsletter, I’m going to be sending you another email with a link to a Member Survey. PLEASE take about three minutes to complete it! The answers to these questions will directly drive some changes I am considering for 2024. Watch for it!
    And as always, thanks for being a member of Forward Kentucky!


This Week’s Content

Most-Read Article

‘Shame on Western Kentucky’
Some in Western KY are asking “What more could Andy Beshear done to win in our part of the state?” Others have some insights as to why.

The Rest of the Content

The positive side of climate change
If you look at it the right way, there is a positive aspect to the coming climate crisis.
Health issues on the table for upcoming KYGA
Legislators expect to address youth vaping, maternal mortality, insurance issues and maybe abortion in upcoming session
Governor Beshear and Senate President Stivers talk about relationships in 2024
Some hope for more and better discussions.

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Bruce Maples

Bruce Maples has been involved in politics and activism since 2004, when he became active in the Kerry Kentucky movement. (Read the rest of his bio on the Bruce Maples Bio page in the bottom nav bar.)

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