Kentucky now has six cities that extend legal protections to their gay citizens: Covington, Louisville, Lexington, Frankfort, Vicco, and most recently, Morehead.
The number of Kentuckians signing up for affordable health care coverage has spiked to roughly 1,500 per day, up from 1,000 last fall.
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education issued an editorial calling on the Commonwealth of Kentucky to renew its commitment to higher education.
The amount of time he has had to spend in Northern Kentucky is baffling to Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen.
Capitol Notes from the Kentucky legislative Research Commission via KY Forward
Kentucky currently leads the nation in new businesses created, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Kentucky State Auditor's Office will release the findings within its examination of the City of Covington's finances in early February.
Kentucky’s 911 call centers, also known as public safety answering points (PSAPs), will receive more than $2.9 million from litigation initiated by the state’s Commercial Mobile Radio Services Boar
This article comes from the Kentucky Legislative Commission and is written by Scott Payton.
As part of the Kentucky Governor’s Mansion Centennial Celebration, a new documentary about the architectural, social, and political history of the residence is being released this weekend.
From the Office of Kentucky State Treasurer Todd Hollenbach:
An additional $5.1 million was secured from the US Treasury Department's State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI), Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear announced this week.
This story appears courtesy of KY Forward where it was published as a special via UK Now.
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Lawmaker fires gun at Capitol