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Bevin Blasts Lawmakers For Not Addressing Pensions, Says They Don’t Read Bills
20 March 2019
Gov. Matt Bevin on Tuesday criticized lawmakers for not passing a bill to address the state’s ailing pension systems and also accused them of not reading legislation before voting. During an interview on Bowling Green talk radio station WKCT, Bevi...

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Gubernatorial Candidates Begin Hitting the Airwaves
20 March 2019


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Conservatives Say Kentucky Could Benefit from “High-Tax State Exodus”
20 March 2019


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Bevin exposed his 9 kids to chickenpox, says vaccine not for everyone
20 March 2019
In Kentucky, chickenpox is among vaccines mandated for all children entering kindergarten. Gov. Matt Bevin says he sent his kids to what is known as a chickenpox party.         

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Op-Ed: Watch Out for Attack on Pensions on Session’s Final Day
20 March 2019
This column ran in the Daily Independent and the Northern Kentucky Tribune on March 20, 2019. The General Assembly adjourned for the veto period without providing relief from soon-to-spike pension costs to quasi-governmental organizations like regio...

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Bill on Bevin's desk would require a malpractice lawsuit to certify that an expert has said it has a reasonable basis to be filed
20 March 2019
By Melissa PatrickKentucky Health NewsA bill that to require anyone filing a lawsuit against health-care providers to get a qualified expert to declare that the case has merit has passed the General Assembly and awaits the signature of Gov. Matt Bevi...

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Three freshman representatives reflect on their first legislative session
19 March 2019


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Bevin: Lawmakers need 'the intestinal fortitude' to pass pension reform
19 March 2019
In a radio interview, governor says he won't be 'like Charlie Brown and the football" and call another special session for the legislature not to act.         

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Bill Limiting Secretary of State's Power Signed into Law
19 March 2019


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Not all Republicans support bill limiting Alison Lundergan Grimes' power
19 March 2019
A bill strips Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes of a key power isn't being endorsed by all Republicans.         

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Breaking Inviolable Contract for Quasi-Governmental Employees Would Result in Massive Loss of Benefits
19 March 2019
Pension proposals for quasi-governmental organizations that attempt to break the inviolable contract for current employees will result in a huge loss of retirement income for those affected, with career employees at risk of losing approximately a thi...

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Lawmakers wait through veto process before ending session
18 March 2019


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Who Gets To Harness The Power Of The Sun In Kentucky?
18 March 2019
As coal plants retire and the price of renewable energy gets cheaper, solar power will increasingly energize the country. So in Kentucky, when you hear words like “net metering” and “distributed generation” it’s easy to miss the big pictur...

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McConnell, Drug Czar Visit Kenton Co. Detention Center
18 March 2019


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First lady Glenna Bevin falls off stage at Governor's Prayer Breakfast
18 March 2019
“The governor wants to express thanks to people who are thinking about her and praying for her,” said Woody Maglinger, of the governor’s communications office.         

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Kentucky hemp industry’s economic impact showed explosive growth in 2018
18 March 2019
FRANKFORT — Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles announced today that sales of Kentucky hemp products in 2018 were more than 3½ times higher than the previous year and that the amount that farmers were paid for their harvests more ...

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Kentucky School Boards Insurance Trust Fund members to receive $5M disbursement
18 March 2019
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Department of Insurance (DOI) and Kentucky Employers’ Mutual Insurance (KEMI) received authorization from Franklin Circuit Court to disburse $5 million to 194 members of the Kentucky School Boards Insurance Trust ...

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2019 Kentucky legislative session: The 'pension session' that wasn't
17 March 2019
As it turned out, lawmakers took no action to reduce the nearly $43 billion in unfunded liabilities within the state’s eight public retirement plans.         

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Governor Mania promises must-see possibilities over next 2 months
17 March 2019


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In big ways, Kentucky lawmakers failed to act in the public interest
17 March 2019
Kentucky lawmakers did small things in the public's interest during the General Assembly but failed to do so in several key instances, Al Cross writes         

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