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County officials explain the complex schedule of property taxes to the Interim Joint Committee on Local Government.
The Kentucky Supreme Court unanimously affirmed a lower court opinion that invalidated the language of a Constitutional Amendment known as Marsy’s Law.
Bevin signaled on Monday that he has agreed to changes to his pension-relief plan that would impact county health departments.
House members want to ensure that Tier 1 and Tier 2 employees of health departments and other quasi-governmental agencies have the option to retain their current benefits.
Rep. Jerry T. Miller and Rep. Sal Santoro explain why our state needs better funding for transportation infrastructure and why the 2020 legislative session is the best opportunity to tackle this issue.
Four Kentucky counties can now text 911 during an emergency situation, but only if a voice call is not possible or safe.
The Kentucky Attorney General's office will perform post-election audits on Bourbon, Carter, Fleming, Marion, Muhlenberg and Scott counties.
County advocates fought hard for county government during the 2019 session, taking on issues that included transportation funding, public pensions and protection of local revenue.