We’ve seen this practices in Frankfort for a long time – but as the LWV notes, the anti-democratic actions have gotten much worse in recent years.
The teacher shortage in our state is bad, and getting worse. But a new report shows a way forward.
New research into police diversion programs shows effectiveness at reducing drug use, homelessness, and crime.
Plan calls for $1.1 billion investment to support an 11% pay increase for all school personnel.
Kentucky one of seven states that recently lowered the age to serve alcohol
When the climate crisis causes people to move, one of the places they may wind up is Appalachia. Are we ready for that?
Hospitals in Two States Denied an Abortion to a Miscarrying Patient. Investigators Say They Broke Federal Law.
Doctors told her she might die but she couldn’t have an abortion under state law until she got sicker, documents show. The Biden administration says failing to act violates a federal law requiring hospitals to provide emergency care.
Why is Congress attacking our fellow citizens who are falling into hunger?
The following is a statement from the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy on the passage today of HB 1.
Twenty-eight KY orgs have sent a letter to every member of the General Assembly, urging them to invest in human infrastructure, instead of giving more money to those who already are wealthy.
SNAP is one of the most important and successful programs we have for fighting hunger. Yet, our legislature cut it earlier this year. It’s time to strengthen SNAP, not cut it.
The best use of public resources to support improved outcomes for all students is to reinvest in our public schools. HB 563 instead unconstitutionally siphons more resources away from our already underfunded public schools to the detriment of all of Kentucky’s kids.
We are going to see more natural and man-made disasters in Kentucky. Instead of sticking our heads in the sand, we need to be getting ready. Jason Bailey lays out how.