The following op-ed is written by Ray Daniels
The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2021 regular session was gaveled to a close this evening, ending a session in which lawmakers approved a state budget for the coming fiscal year and approved numerou
Sometimes tragedy can inspire change for the better.
The Kentucky General Assembly earmarked money for full-day kindergarten during the final hours of its regular session Tuesday.
The Kentucky General Assembly spent its second to final day of the 2021 legislative session overriding gubernatorial vetoes related to the state budget on Monday.
Governor Andy Beshear vetoed two bills that he said would hurt educators and undermine public education while signing five others that he stated would put public education first.
Governor Andy Beshear on Tuesday signed ten bills passed by the General Assembly and vetoed three others.
Op-Ed: To Protect 2nd Amendment Rights, Kentuckians Should Support Fair Access to Financial Services
The following op-ed is written by State Rep. Savannah Maddox (R-Dry Ridge).
The presidents of the education associations in Kenton, Campbell, and Boone counties (part of the Kentucky Education Association) asked Governor Andy Beshear to veto House Bill 563, dubbed the scho
Governor Andy Beshear announced Monday that he signed thirteen bills while vetoing five others.
From the Legislative Research Commission
Lawmakers raced to approve bills in the figurative and literal 11th hour Tuesday evening.
A second chance.
The Kentucky General Assembly approved the second half of the state’s 24-month spending plan Monday after uncertainties from COVID-19 cut budget negotiation short nearly a year ago.
The following op-ed is written by Rep. Lisa Willner (D-Louisville), Rep. Kim Banta (R-Ft.