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As I write to you, I am wrapping up the first week of the 2013 General Assembly Session. Now, since this is a “short” session, when we adjourn Friday, we will not meet again until Feb. 5. The time is used to get new members, committee...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNow that Mitt Romney has made Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan his running mate voters and politicos finally have something to sink their teeth into in the lead up to the Oct. 11 vice presidential debate at Centre College. Local and state Republican...
email@example.comFRANKFORT — As mandated by the Kentucky Legislature, uninsured motorists across the Commonwealth will begin receiving notices in June that registrations for their personal vehicles will be canceled if they do not obtain required insurance or show...
FRANKFORT — In his address following the battle at Gettysburg, Kentucky native President Abraham Lincoln stated that we as Americans need “…to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly...
FRANKFORT — The 2012 Legislation Session is down to the final days, and the good news from this week is for the first time in three sessions we will leave Frankfort with a budget agreement. Leadership from both the House and Senate worked into...
FRANKFORT — The 2012 special session came and went this past week, as both chambers were able to approve both a budget for Kentucky’s transportation needs and legislation to combat so-called “pill mills” in the commonwealth. House...
FRANKFORT — The pace in the Kentucky House picked up this week as bills began making their way to the floor for a vote and members took part in the first military recognition program honoring three young soldiers killed in military conflicts...
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State representativeFRANKFORT — We have reached the halfway point of the 2012 Legislative Session, and the best way to describe it is like Secretariat running at the back of the pack. But like the great horse’s run to the Triple Crown, it is my hope we finish...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Triple Crown
100 YEARS AGO — 1912 David Davis, of Danville, brought to the newspaper office a pair of mongrels — half chicken and half turkey. The fowls have chicken bodies and turkey heads. They make a noise during the day of a chicken and at night...
State SenatorThe first week of the 2012 Session was a combination of the ceremonial and the new. We gaveled in on Tuesday with the traditional establishment of the membership of the Senate and approval of our chamber’s rules. More than 200 bills have already...
State Representative, District 73FRANKFORT – The 2012 session of the Kentucky General Assembly is officially one-third of the way to completion. Unfortunately, few bills passed addressing some of the most complex issues we face in Kentucky, including tax reform, bills to help...
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky General Assembly continues to work through the process of hearing testimony and considering 319 pieces of legislation that have been filed in the House of Representatives and 119 filed in the Senate. Despite some bruised...
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