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Lost in the headlines of the recently completed 2017 regular session of the Kentucky General Assembly is a new law that is designed to increase transparency of the 15 area development districts across Kentucky by shining greater light on their activities. more

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As speaker of the House, I was honored to attend an incredible public announcement Wednesday in Greenup County. Braidy Industries’ chief executive officer and chairman, Craig Bouchard announced his company will locate an aluminum rolling mill in Greenup County with a $1.3 billion investment that will create 550 permanent jobs, with an average salary of $38 an hour. more

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While the Left is trying to shove faith out the school door, at least one state is hanging a shingle that says: Christians welcome here! more

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The story immediately captured my attention. In a world where not much surprises you any more, this story sure did. It was about a husband and wife who went to a fertility clinic, gave DNA samples, and discovered that they were fraternal twins. more

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In Kentucky, we are used to the stereotype. Whenever we travel anywhere outside the state, we are recognized for the same three things; bourbon, horses, and KFC. Now don’t get me wrong, I am … more

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As Christians in the United States and elsewhere focus on the festival of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ from the dead, it is interesting to see what happens in terms of cultural reality with holidays, even Christian holidays. more

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More than likely, most Americans missed the recent press release from the Office of Inspector General for the Treasury Department which acknowledged that criminal investigators improperly enforced structuring laws against dozens of honest, hard-working Americans. more

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In the words of Ronald Reagan, “Either you will control your government, or government will control you.” more

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At the beginning of this year, I sent a letter to then President-elect Trump urging him to work with Congress and use his executive authority to provide regulatory relief to Kentucky coal miners and their families. more

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It was standing room only in City Hall, and the overflow area was packed. As citizens approached the microphone to speak, person after person implored the community to consider Jesus. They pointed to Christ’s tolerant love for others and to the priority of the Golden Rule. more
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