From the Office of Governor Andy Beshear:
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From the Office of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear:
There are now four confirmed cases of coronavirus in Kentucky, Governor Andy Beshear announced on Sunday afternoon.
A $23.4 billion state spending plan that would provide pay raises for state employees and teachers, more than $1 billion to fund teacher pensions, and millions of dollars for school safety has adva
The first coronavirus case in Kentucky was confirmed Friday afternoon by Governor Andy Beshear.
A proposed voter ID requirement for Kentucky voters is on its way back to the Senate after being amended and passed Tuesday in the state House.
Democrat Rachel Roberts was sworn in as a state representative in Frankfort on Tuesday.
A bill that supporters say is the final step needed for statewide implementation of the federal Real ID requirement has passed a House committee.
Legislation to criminalize a type of online harassment passed the state Senate on Monday by a 30-6 vote.
A bill that would raise $49.9 million in new revenue over the next two fiscal years through a new wholesale tax on vaping products and increased taxes on some other tobacco products has cleared the
Two people from Northern Kentucky received appointments to state boards and commissions from Governor Andy Beshear.
A proposed constitutional amendment that could give some felons a clearer path to regaining voting rights passed the Senate on Thursday.
A House initiative to reform how Kentucky provides low-income cash assistance, food assistance, and certain Medicaid benefits to its citizens passed the chamber by a vote of 58-32.
For the first time in Kentucky history, a bill to legalize medical marijuana came to a vote on the floor of the Kentucky House. Apparently the first time was a charm.