Capitol Notes from the Legislative Research Commission
In his latest round of board and commission appointments, Governor Steve Beshear tapped two locals to serve.
In one of the busiest bill-filing days in recent years, members of the Kentucky General Assembly introduced more than 100 bills in a single
Although the battle over how beer gets to consumers will be openly fought in the Kentucky General Assembly this month, the campaign to win
The state Senate passed a bill today by a 31-5 vote that would change the informed consent process required prior to an abortion.
The state Senate passed a measure Thursday that would exempt public schools from a statute requiring them to pay construction workers a spe
Anti-Dog Fighting Bill Advances in Kentucky House, but Can Dogs Fight Squirrels, Ft. Thomas Republican Wonders
A bill that would make Kentucky the last state in the nation to outlaw the possession, training, breeding, and selling of dogs for the purp
A drop in burley prices from around $2 or more per pound in recent years to $1.40 per pound or less at current auction is a sign of “volati
A new poll released this week indicates a tight race in the Republican primary in May and the general election in November.
The two-time defending state champions of the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic Tournament, Newport Central Catholic, extended its unbeaten
A bipartisan group of legislators that includes State Rep.
Three students from Holmes High School were among the winners of Kentucky's 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art & Poetry Contest.