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firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter a grinding regular session characterized by bickering over redrawn legislative districts, a power struggle between the governor and the Senate president has the General Assembly back in Frankfort for a costly special session. “What we have is...
The Winchester SunA group of Clark County students will take the stage at Leeds Theatre next week to educate the public on the dangers of underage drinking. The Clark County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy and George Rogers Clark Youth Network will put on “‘...
State representativeTwo pieces of legislation that I proposed for the 2012 session passed the House last week. It is estimated that over $1 billion dollars sit in bank accounts of life-insurance companies across the United States because insurance companies may not know...
I sympathize but do not agree with those who object to the bill now being processed in the state legislature to make pseudoephedrine (Sudafed) a prescription drug. I use pseudoephedrine fairly often, especially in the spring and fall when I usually...
The Winchester SunPrescription drug abuse is the kind of problem that impacts everyone, not just people from certain walks of life, or people who live in certain areas. That means, Winchester Mayor Ed Burtner said, everyone needs to be involved in helping find a solution....
The Winchester SunWinchester Mayor Ed Burtner will be one of the speakers at a day-long summit next week about Kentucky’s prescription pill addiction problem. Federal prosecutors in Kentucky organized the first state-wide Prescription Drug Abuse Summit for Feb. 1 at...
Tags: Prosecution, Steve Beshear, Lawyers, Prosecution, Justice System
The Winchester SunState Rep. Donna Mayfield (R-Winchester) and state Sen. Minority Leader R.J. Palmer, (D-Winchester) have both introduced legislation to tighten controls on “pill mills” and reduce the illegal purchase of prescription drugs in the state. House...
Tags: Pain, Hospitals and Clinics, Judges, Punishment, Addiction
Clark County Health DepartmentBy Amy Williams Health Department Let this month draw your attention to birth defect prevention. The most common birth defects are heart defects, cleft lip, cleft palate, Down Syndrome and spina bifida. Sure, we know they exist, but did you know that...
Clark County officials responded to 20 drug overdose deaths in 2011, with 11 of them occurring during the last four months of the year. Clark County Coroner Robert Gayheart, who has been the coroner since 2008, said 20 is not a particularly high or low...
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky General Assembly convened Jan. 3 for the 2012 regular session, with more than 200 bills already filed and ready to start working their way through the legislative process. Redistricting is one of the first and most time-...
Clark County Extension Service agent for family and consumer sciencesThere have been many times of devastating weather in the past, and I always thought how terrible it was. It came home last week for a lot of us. And although I’ve written my news articles on this topic several times, it’s worth repeating again...
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email@example.comJUNCTION CITY — Authorities arrested two people on drug charges Sunday at the same place where a methamphetamine lab was found last year. Following an investigation by Boyle County Deputy Sheriff Al Isaacs, police went to 72 Worldstown Road about...
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