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A bill that would make workers’ compensation insurance more affordable for Kentucky counties is gaining momentum.
Forty current or retired educators are running to become state lawmakers this year as leaders of the legislature and Gov.
A bill clarifying that a victim of domestic violence is not required to pay divorce costs of a spouse locked up for crimes against the petitioner passed the Senate yesterday by a 37-0 vote.
Kenton County Jailer Terry Carl and Christian County Jailer Brad Boyd testified today before the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee regarding proposed budget cuts to county jails.
The Senate passed a measure Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018 designed to enhance security at cash-strapped count jails.
Children under age 12 would be required to wear helmets while riding bicycles under a bill that has passed the House Transportation Committee.
The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2018 session reached its halfway point this week. While several bills have already been delivered to the governor to be signed in to law, much of lawmakers’ work so far has focused on laying the foundation for what’s to come in the second half of the session.
A Senate committee passed a measure today to preserve the status quo in determining how many liquor licenses are issued in individual cities and counties.