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We Hear You: ‘Illuminating,’ ‘Thoughtful’ Reporting on France’s Presidential Election
May 21, 2017 from Daily Signal
Editor’s note: We get a fair amount of passionate comment addressed to or about Nolan Peterson, The Daily Signal’s Ukraine-based foreign correspondent. When Peterson traveled... Read More The post We Hear You: ‘Illuminating,’ ‘Thoughtful’ Reporting on France’s Presidential Election appeared first on The Daily Signal.
Kelly Knight Craft will be nominated as next U.S. ambassador to Canada, report says
May 21, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Kentucky Democrats hoping to build back 120-county network ahead of 2018 elections
May 20, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Auditor Mike Harmon hopes all parties will commit to put KFC Yum! Center on stable financial ground
May 19, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
New Democratic PAC seeking to recruit millennials to run for office
May 19, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Lowered assumptions result in billions more in pension debt with more on the horizon
May 18, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties award joint bid for enhanced emergency communication system
May 18, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Beshear raises possibility of investigation into real estate transaction between Bevin and KRS board chair
May 17, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Beshear raises possibility of investigation into real estate transaction between Bevin and KRS board member
May 17, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Preventing child abuse: Social workers will get special attention during 2018 budget session, Senate Health and Welfare chair says
May 17, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
2 Republicans Battle in Razor-Tight Runoff Primary Ahead of South Carolina June Special Election
May 17, 2017 from Daily Signal
In South Carolina’s hotly-contested primary runoff for Mick Mulvaney’s old seat, it looks like the Republican candidates are headed for a recount. Two GOP candidates,... Read More The post 2 Republicans Battle in Razor-Tight Runoff Primary Ahead of South Carolina June Special Election appeared first on The Daily Signal.
Schickel joins Boone County GOP calls for resignation of Commonwealth Attorney Linda Tally-Smith
May 17, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Report: Trump discusses classified information with Russians; McConnell calls for 'less drama' from White House
May 16, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Groups ask Judicial Conduct Commission to remove judge who recused self from LGBT adoption cases
May 16, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics


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Life Span Decreasing for Some
May 18, 2017 by Staff
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that life spans are decreasing for some Americans. In fact, there's a gap between counties with the longest life spans and counties with the shortest. It's a 20 year difference. People in communities that are well-off and better educated live longer and people in communities that are poorer and less educat...
Gov. Bevin Appoints Adoption Czar
May 16, 2017 by Staff
Gov. Matt Bevin is committed to reforming Kentucky's foster care system and his appointment of Dan Dumas as Kentucky's Adoption and Foster Care Czar is a downpayment on that commitment. Dumas is an administrator at Southern Seminary and said that he "is resolved to making our adoption and foster care system faster, safer, more affordable and more accessible." This is fantas...
Addressing the Heart of Kentucky's Drug Crisis
May 13, 2017 by Richard Nelson
The nation's top lawmakers and public health experts recently convened in Atlanta for the National Prescription Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit to learn the latest about our drug epidemic and how to stop it. Kentucky Congressman Hal Rogers was one of the featured speakers and said “This week we’re dealing in hope. We’re here to do more than talk. We’re here to act.&r...
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