The bill that could possibly lead to tolls being used to fund the estimated $2.6 billion Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project advanced through a House of Representatives Committee in Frankfort late
A House proposal to authorize $3.3 billion in bonds to reduce the unfunded liability of the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System’s pension fund is heading to the Senate.
A bill that would use both treatment and incarceration to reduce the devastating effects of the heroin trade in Kentucky today passed the House by a vote of 98-0.
Two proposed amendments to the Kentucky Constitution and a bill to give immediate protections to dating violence victims passed the state House on Thursday and are on their way to the Senate.
The Kentucky House voted Tuesday to pass legislation that would gradually raise Kentucky’s government-mandated minimum wage to $10.10 an hour by July 2017.
Capitol Notes from the Legislative Research Commission
TEACHER PENSION BOND BILL CLEARS HOUSE BUDGET COMMITTEE
In his latest round of board and commission appointments, Governor Steve Beshear tapped two locals to serve.
In one of the busiest bill-filing days in recent years, members of the Kentucky General Assembly introduced more than 100 bills in a single day this week.
Although the battle over how beer gets to consumers will be openly fought in the Kentucky General Assembly this month, the campaign to win the votes of lawmakers actually began in 2014.
The state Senate passed a bill today by a 31-5 vote that would change the informed consent process required prior to an abortion.
The state Senate passed a measure Thursday that would exempt public schools from a statute requiring them to pay construction workers a specified minimum – often referred to as the prevailing wage