The state Senate moved to change Kentucky marriage licenses on Thursday, passing a bill that would remove county clerks’ names from the license forms while creating a separate document for same-sex
Likely in response to the heavy legislation related to a woman's right to choose to have an abortion in Kentucky, one lawmaker is turning the tables on men.
Anyone under the age of 21 would be prohibited from buying tobacco products and inhaled vapor products in Kentucky under a bill approved today by the House Health and Welfare Committee.
It would be a crime in Kentucky to post “revenge porn”—sexually-explicit photographs or videos of a person that were never intended to be made public—online under a bill that has cleared a House co
Because of enhanced security features and fraud analysis tools, the Kentucky Department of Revenue (DOR) is estimating that refunds may take a bit longer to process this year—up to 21 days for elec
Actress Jennifer Garner spoke to the state Senate and House committees Tuesday on the success of early childhood education programs ran by Save the Children, a nonprofit that first began working wi
No one under the age of 18 would be able to use a tanning bed in the state of Kentucky—with or without their parent’s permission—except for medical reasons under a bill that has cleared the state H
In response to a school’s prohibition of scripture readings in a public school’s stage adaptation of A Charlie Brown Christmas, the state Senate passed a bill relating to the expression of religiou
The state Senate has passed legislation intended to curb the flow of non-Medicaid, state-administered tax dollars to Planned Parenthood clinics in Kentucky.
Governor Matt Bevin did not mince words in a post to social media about abortions being performed at a Planned Parenthood facility in Louisville.
Kentucky’s Attorney General would be given jurisdiction over the state’s human trafficking cases under a bill approved today by the House Judiciary Committee.
A bill that would move the governor’s race to even-numbered years passed out of the state Senate on Monday by a 28-9 vote.
The recent headline “New Kentucky heroin law has made slow progress battling epidemic” left me wondering where these reporters live.
There has been no progress.
Legislative committee rooms lack the grandeur of the historic Senate and House chambers.
A push to modernize the state’s 1930s-era alcohol regulations to maximize the economic impact of a worldwide thirst for bourbon and birth of the craft beer and small-farm wine industries in Kentuck