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Welcome new Subscriber!

Thanks for signing up! You are now a Subscriber of Forward Kentucky, which means you will begin getting our Subscriber-only newsletters about once a week, AND you will be able to read the Subscriber-only stories on the site in addition to the public ones, as long as you are logged in.

Here is some info about your subscription account that might be helpful:

Adding your name – If you want to add your name to your profile, it's easy to do – just click the floating button in the lower right of your screen, then click Edit beside your email address.

Web-only – If you want to be able to read the Subscriber-only stories on the site, but you DON'T want to get the newsletter, click that same floating button and turn off the newsletter option.

Help – If you need help with something, use the Contact Support button on – you guessed it – the floating button popup.

Feedback – If you want to send us feedback, use the info on the Shout Back page to get in touch.

Upgrading – Being a Subscriber is free, and will be free forever. But, if you want some extra perks, there is a paid Member level, which includes the following:

  • Full access to all content on the site, both Subscriber-only AND Member-only
  • Both the Subscriber-only newsletter AND any Member-only newsletters
  • The daily General Assembly update when in session
  • The bill tracker when in session
  • Interviews with experts and elected officials
  • Online discussions of current topics

We are discounting the Member plan to $7 from now to Fancy Farm (our "Until-Fancy-Farm Special"). If you upgrade to Member during this time, your monthly cost will stay at $7 when we move to our regular price of $10. So now would be a good time to upgrade, if you are considering it.


Okay, I think that covers it. We're glad you are a Subscriber, and hope you will find value in your subscription. Thanks for becoming part of the Forward Kentucky family!

Bruce Maples
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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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