This op-ed is written by Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear
Fresh off the announcement that he is challenging in court the authority of Governor Matt Bevin to order immediate cuts to higher education, Attorney General Andy Beshear will be in Park Hills on F
With just days left in the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly, movement is just starting on the Commonwealth’s budget.
Legislation that would require the state to fund the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System on an actuarially sound basis starting in fiscal year 2017 is on its way to the Senate.
Free college education is a very popular talking point in the current campaign for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.
Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is in Northern Kentucky on Monday and stopped by The River City News to chat with RCN editor & publisher Michael Monks about a telephone scam inv
Kentucky health insurers would be required to have abuse-deterrent opioid painkillers in their formulary under a bill that passed the state House on Friday.
Recent Kentucky high school graduates would receive two years of free tuition at a state community college under a bill that passed the state House by an 86-11 vote on Thursday.
A week after the City of Covington reaffirmed its commitment to protections for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) people, the bill that provoked that action cleared the Kentuckt Senate
Public school students would get the option to take Bible literacy classes under a measure that passed the state Senate on Monday by a vote of 35-3, with all Northern Kentucky senators voting to su
A bill before the Kentucky House of Representatives would attempt to modernize the method by which counties in the state could merge.
The Kentucky House of Representatives advanced a proposed constitutional amendment that could ultimately give cities and counties the ability to levy up to a penny in sales tax for specific local p
Abortion clinic operators wanting to open new facilities in Kentucky would have to meet higher operating standards under a bill that passed the state Senate by a 32-5 vote this week.
Republicans in Kentucky have made it a priority to capture control of the House of Representatives, the last bastion of Democratic power in Frankfort.