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email@example.comThe expansion project at the crowded Jessamine County Public Library is right back where it was a year ago after a grant program didn’t make the cut in the state budget. The Kentucky Public Library Facilities Construction Grant Program would have...
Kentucky Farm Bureau recognizes Food Check-Out Day LOUISVILLE — Betty Farris, first vice-chair of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Women’s Committee, made a special trip to the state capitol Wednesday to present Sen. Tom Buford a basket of...
Associated PressFRANKFORT — The Senate voted down a proposal Thursday to change the state Constitution to legalize casinos in Kentucky, ending months of debate on what had become a divisive issue in the state. Despite the long history of wagering on horses,...
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...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwo bills before the Kentucky General Assembly aimed at abolishing constables have little chance of succeeding, according to Jessamine legislators. Senate Bill 30 — sponsored by Sen. Julie Denton, R-Louisville — and House Bill 240 —...
email@example.comSeveral local roads and bridges are slated for upgrades or replacement as part of a two-year, $3.5 billion transportation budget passed Friday by the Kentucky House of Representatives. House Bill 267 will likely see some changes as it works its way...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe state Senate is expected to vote on the House’s proposed two-year road plan this week, and that means a huge windfall for many Jessamine County road projects, if approved. In the House’s road plan, Jessamine County would see more than $83...
Tags: Elections, Reconstruction, Politics
email@example.comWilmore and the western part of Kentucky got new representation in Congress last week after redistricting split the county into two U.S. House districts. Gov. Steve Beshear signed House Bill 302 into law Friday, the same day both chambers of the Kentucky...
Tags: Elections, Steve Beshear, Justice System, Judges, Government
Associated PressFRANKFORT — Gov. Steve Beshear presented a plan Tuesday to amend Kentucky’s Constitution to allow up to seven casinos to open in the state, most of them at horse tracks. The proposal generated instant opposition in the Bible-belt state...
Tags: Elections, Steve Beshear, Justice System, Government, Ohio River
State senatorThe Kentucky state Senate passed several bills this week. Of these bills, three education bills are of particular importance. Many students feel bored with the pace of high school during their senior year. Senate Bill 86, passed with bipartisan support,...
State senatorWe are nowa quarter way through session. Bills are flowing through the committee process and arriving on the Senate floor for consideration before the entire chamber. Three bills won passage this week and will now head to the House of Representatives....
State SenatorIt is our Constitutional duty every 10 years to realign our voting districts according to population after each census. This act fulfills the requirement of one man, one vote. In this the third week of session, that is exactly what the Senate and House...
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