Legislation to limit the use of no-knock warrants passed the Kentucky Senate by a 33-0 vote.
Kentucky’s firefighters do more than extinguish fires.
Legislation to address racial inequalities and focus on opportunities has advanced to the Kentucky House.
The U.S. Constitution guarantees due process for those accused of a crime or misconduct.
The Kentucky House of Representatives decided Kentuckians should not have to choose between rent and insulin Tuesday.
A bipartisan effort to update child support laws cleared the Kentucky House of Representatives Monday.
The following op-ed is written by former State Rep. Jim Wayne, a Democrat from Louisville, who served in the state House from 1990 to 2019.
State Representative Rachel Roberts filed legislation this week that would legalize the use of recreational cannabis (marijuana) by adults, and to lead to the expungement of the criminal records of
The following op-ed is written by State Reps. Buddy Wheatley (D-Covington) and Rachel Roberts (D-Newport).
From the Legislative Research Commission
A measure to discourage tenants from damaging rental properties during an eviction passed the Kentucky Senate Wednesday by a 28-8 vote.
A measure to strengthen the police decertification process in Kentucky advanced out of a Senate committee Thursday.
Legislation that would expand Kentuckians’ ability to opt out of mandatory vaccinations pass the state Senate Thursday by a 34-1-1 vote.
A bill to create a new, fully funded hybrid tier for the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System was approved by the Kentucky House of Representatives Thursday.
Governor Andy Beshear filed a lawsuit Tuesday following the override of his vetoes of legislation approved by the Republican-controlled General Assembly.