Perspectives

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Growing up in a small town in the mountains in the 1970s, our television boasted a repertoire of seven channels. Changing those channels meant utilizing the vice grips laying atop the TV to turn the stem that had long ago lost its knob. more

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I'm writing regarding state Rep. Jim Gooch’s recent article concerning his bill to end net metering, to clear up some misinformation that has been circulating around the Capitol that low-income customers are "subsidizing" net metering customers. more

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As chairman of the House Energy and Natural Resources Committee for more than 19 years, I have seen both the highs and lows of energy policy in Kentucky. I chaired the committee when coal production was at its all-time peak in Kentucky, and I fought the federal government as it tried to take down one of Kentucky’s signature industries. more

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I received a text from a dear brother who desired information on how to help a friend discuss the need for Black History Month in a multicultural and multiethnic nation. Both men have a sincere love … more

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Last December, Bernie Sanders, a liberal Senator from Vermont, led every single Senate Democrat to impose an endowment tax of around $1 million per year on Berea College. more

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If enticement is inherent to gambling, then the lure of easy fixes to complex state problems is the curse of legislators. more

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The well-being of children in our state is of paramount importance to me. As I have said since my husband and I were first entrusted to serve the commonwealth, our hearts are with Kentucky families. more

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The 2018 candidate filing deadline has come and gone. There are a record number of new faces seeking public office for the first time, and not just statewide, but locally as well. I am encouraged that many local residents like myself are standing up on the right and the left to serve their community. more

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Chances are, you are enjoying some extra cushion in your wallet this year, or you will very soon. It’s a direct result of President Trump’s hard-fought tax reform law, the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, that Congress passed in the final weeks of 2017. more

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Our legislators in Frankfort should be evaluated by their voting records, and we should reconsider our support for them if they claim to promote a better Kentucky, but vote against measures that … more
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