A measure that would add to major school safety legislation that passed into law last year advanced to the state House of Representatives after being approved by the Senate by a vote of 34-1 on Mon
The following This Week at the State Capitol review is produced by the Legislative Research Commission
The Kentucky House of Representatives unanimously approved legislation establishing a statewide mental health first aid training program. The training laid out in House Bill 153, sponsored by Rep.
The Kentucky Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a bill raising the minimum age one must be in Kentucky to buy tobacco and e-cigarette products to 21.
The Kentucky Democratic Party is upset over polling locations in the upcoming February 25 special election to fill the statehouse seat vacated by Democratic State Rep.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron joined twenty-one other attorneys general from across the U.S.
A bill that would add publicly-leased playgrounds to the list of locations off limits to registered sex offenders has passed a House committee.
Legislation titled the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act passed a Senate committee on Thursday.
The following op-ed is written by Richard Nelson, executive director of the Commonwealth Policy Center.
Governor Andy Beshear called for expanded gaming, more civility and cooperation, and used an acronym for his vision in his first State of the Commonwealth address on Tuesday night in Frankfort.
A local high school student will join lawmakers and policy-makers in Frankfort on Tuesday to address the rise in youth vaping or use of e-cigarettes.
With gavel strikes at opposite ends of the State Capitol, members of the Senate and House officially started the Kentucky General Assembly’s 2020 session on Jan. 7.
A Walton man was convicted on five counts of unlawful use of electronic means to engage a minor in illegal sexual activity after pleading guilty on Thursday.
Written by Kentucky Chamber President and CEO Ashli Watts and Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities (AIKCU) President OJ Oleka
The Commonwealth of Kentucky will waive fees associated with testing to earn a general education diploma (GED).