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One could only wish that Kentucky Chief Justice John D. Minton was sincere when he said, “Transparency and accountability are bedrock principles in maintaining trust in state government.” More than 30 years after the Kentucky legislature enacted the state's open records laws, the Kentucky Supreme Court has finally acknowledged that it is not above the law. more

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As the Twitter dust settles following President Donald Trump’s surprising tweet about the role of transgender people in the military, a number of things have been left murky to say the least. I guess that’s to be expected when the order comes through 140 characters or less. more

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In the words of Ronald Reagan, “Government’s first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives.” More than 35 years after Reagan first spoke those words, what do they mean for each of us? more

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How is it that residents in one of America’s most energy-abundant areas now face the real possibility that proposed hikes in their electric bills will result in a hard choice between staying warm next winter and making the weekly trek to the grocery store? … more

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In the 2017 Session of the Kentucky General Assembly, a focus like no other was placed on children and families. In historic fashion, the legislature passed critical legislation to improve foster … more

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As many as 2 million Americans are struggling with prescription drug addiction across the nation. Tragically, heroin and opioid overdoses claim an average of 91 lives every day. This startling trend continues to get worse, especially here in Kentucky. more

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If I gave you $15.9 million to make the biggest impact on Kentucky’s future workforce, how would you invest it to get the biggest bang for your buck?We are in a workforce crisis. Our state has … more

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President Donald Trump continues his trip abroad by next visiting the Vatican, Sicily, Belgium, and specifically to Brussels, where he will speak to a western leaders summit.  It’s … more

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California recently added Kentucky to its list of states off-limits to state workers for nonessential travel. more

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Wednesday, June 14 was a significant day in the Southern Baptist Convention as the 2017 messengers overwhelmingly voted for a resolution condemning the Alt Right movement (Resolution 10). For a denomination historically associated with racism, the SBC in recent years has taken important steps toward racial reconciliation. The resolution against the Alt Right is a significant step toward this end, as the SBC distances itself from a vocal group that perverts the Gospel of Jesus Christ. more
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