Kentucky is moving into the next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination plans starting Monday, March 1.
From the Legislative Research Commission:
A bill to promote both participation and security in elections cleared the House floor.
The Senate unanimously passed legislation designed to give relief to out-of-work Kentuckians who have been asked to return their unemployment insurance (UI) benefits.
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.
Five Northern Kentucky counties recorded 101 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, part of the 1,447 announced statewide.
The U.S. Constitution guarantees due process for those accused of a crime or misconduct.
Four people from Northern Kentucky are among the 51 deaths from COVID-19 reported in the state on Wednesday.
Kentucky recorded 1,497 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including 165 across five Northern Kentucky counties.
The Kentucky House of Representatives decided Kentuckians should not have to choose between rent and insulin Tuesday.
Governor Andy Beshear announced an executive order on Tuesday recommending that all public school districts offer or expand in-person instruction opportunities starting March 1, or seven days after
A bipartisan effort to update child support laws cleared the Kentucky House of Representatives Monday.
Kentuckians aged 60 and older as well as all essential workers in most fields will be eligible to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine starting March 1, Governor Andy Beshear announced Monday.