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Several state lawmakers say they want a public hearing this fall addressing the problem of inadequately staffed nursing homes in Kentucky. But a key committee... [Read More]
A judge has dismissed a Northern Kentucky city's lawsuit challenging the Kentucky Retirement Systems for what it described as "illegal and imprudent investments" involving hundreds... [Read More]
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A federal judge in Frankfort on Monday dismissed Gov. Matt Bevin's lawsuit against 16 Medicaid recipients in which he had hoped to defend his controversial... [Read More]
Kentucky's nine public universities face a tough future because of worsening state budget cuts, growing pension obligations and a shrinking number of high school graduates... [Read More]
Nearly 1,300 more public employees than expected chose to retire during the fiscal year that ends this month, creating an 18 percent spike at the... [Read More]
Actor and Kentucky native George Clooney walked alongside tens of thousands of youths in Washington on Saturday as the March For Our Lives rallied in... [Read More]
To the list of big ideas that appear to have flopped during the 2018 General Assembly, such as pension reform and tax reform, add criminal-justice... [Read More]
Kentucky should eliminate a fast-growing program that has pledged more than $160 million to lure films and television shows because the program is running a... [Read More]
Some of Kentucky's wealthiest business leaders and best-connected Republican activists sent a letter to state legislators Friday warning that school teachers and other public employees... [Read More]
Some of Kentucky's wealthiest business leaders and best-connected Republican activists sent a letter to state legislators Friday warning that school teachers and other public employees... [Read More]
Some of Kentucky's wealthiest business leaders and best-connected Republican activists sent a letter to state legislators Friday warning that school teachers and other public employees... [Read More]
Kentuckians hit with "surprise bills" for out-of-network health care could find relief in a Senate bill sponsored by state Sen. Ralph Alvarado, R-Winchester. [Read More]
Able-bodied Kentucky Medicaid recipients must pay monthly premiums, make monthly check-ins to report job and income status, annually re-enroll and verify extra tasks they are... [Read More]
A House committee on Wednesday approved a bill that would limit the attorney general's authority to hire outside lawyers to pursue expensive and complex lawsuits... [Read More]
Members of the General Assembly are getting an earful from the 8,554 retired teachers younger than 65 whose health insurance costs could quadruple under Republican... [Read More]
Members of the General Assembly are getting an earful from the 8,554 retired teachers younger than 65 whose health insurance costs could quadruple under Republican... [Read More]
Public and private schools in Kentucky that cannot afford to hire a law-enforcement officer could designate one of their employees as an armed "school marshal"... [Read More]
Kentucky universities would stop training doctors and nurses and instead refer citizens who need medical advice to members of the General Assembly, since lawmakers have... [Read More]
Public and private schools in Kentucky that cannot afford to hire a school resource officer could designate one of their employees as an armed "school... [Read More]
Despite an unprecedented budget shortfall, Kentucky has agreed to give away $162 million in state money to subsidize more than 200 films, television shows and... [Read More]
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