Minority Floor Leader Rocky Adkins, Minority Whip Wilson Stone, and I (Minority Caucus Chair) were excluded from conference committee meetings on the budget last week because of partisan
Hemp has had a multi-million dollar economic impact in Kentucky stemming from the 2017 Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program, Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles announced.
A measure that would allow direct shipment of alcoholic beverages received final passage Monday in the state Senate and is on its way to the governor to be signed into law.
In a day marked by large demonstrations by educators from across Kentucky, the General Assembly passed its revenue and tax bills and sent both to the desk of Governor Matt Bevin for his signature.
Multiple local school districts in Northern Kentucky are joining others around the state in closing school on Monday as teachers descend upon Frankfort to protest proposed cuts to education.
Attorney General Andy Beshear said Friday that he would sue to stop the pension bill that was adopted by the General Assembly on Thursday after it was slipped into an unrelated piece of legislation
Multiple local school districts are closed on Friday.
There is no snow on the ground and nothing wrong with the buildings.
There are always surprises in legislative sessions.
Cities face many financial hurdles every day.
The Kentucky Senate's appropriations and revenue committee listened to presentations about the state budget and funding for the executive, legislative, and judicial branches Tuesday morning.
The first piece of legislation to pass a legislative chamber this week dealt with making playground equipment accessible to all children.
The Senate has advanced a measure to broaden the state’s rape and sodomy statutes.
Criminal gang members could face felony instead of misdemeanor penalties for gang recruitment and spend more time in jail under a bill that has cleared the Kentucky House.
Capitol observers have been tuned in for months to find out what form lawmakers’ public pension reform plans might take and how legislators would cast their first votes on the issue.
Kentucky’s craft brewers would be allowed to sell more packaged beer to individual customers visiting their breweries under a bill headed to the governor’s desk.