Almost everyone Rep. Rachel Roberts (D-Newport) spoke to about Senate Bill 52 asked: “How is this not already law in Kentucky?”
The Kentucky Senate and House of Representatives convened only two days this week.
Legislation that would primarily increase the punishment for crimes committed during a riot passed the Kentucky Senate Thursday by a 22-11 vote.
Grade school students in Kentucky may soon have access to funds to allow them more choices in where they go to school.
A bill that would require vision screenings for Kentucky drivers renewing their licenses advanced out of the Senate Transportation Committee on Wednesday.
Governor Andy Beshear appointed five Northern Kentucky residents to state commissions, including one to the Kentucky Oral History Commission and four to the Judicial Nominating Commission for the 1
The list of issues receiving consideration from state lawmakers continued growing this week as workdays lengthened and an increased number of bills advanced through the legislative process.
The Kentucky Senate voted 35-0 to cap insulin copays for some Kentuckians with state-regulated insurance plans to $35 per 30-day supply.
Tenants plotting revenge on a landlord who evicts them might think twice before doing so if Senate Bill 11 becomes law.
The Kentucky General Assembly hopes school will soon be back in session for students and teachers across the Commonwealth with Thursday’s passage of House Bill 208.
A KY Senate bill that seeks to guarantee pregnant and postpartum inmates receive proper care could soon become law.
From the Legislative Research Commission:
A bill to promote both participation and security in elections cleared the House floor.
The Senate unanimously passed legislation designed to give relief to out-of-work Kentuckians who have been asked to return their unemployment insurance (UI) benefits.