It's just 10 pages long, but House Bill 525 packs a major change to the Teachers' Retirement System Board of Trustees in those 10 pages.
An amended version of the School Safety and Resiliency Act is headed back to the Senate for consideration as the House voted 96-3 to approve it today.
Northern Kentucky Tribune
Kentucky's bourbon industry has a bracing message for its home state lawmakers as they consider whether to relax restrictions on wine sales: What's good for California vineyards should also apply to the bluegrass state's signature spirit.
Kentucky's two largest school districts will be closed Thursday after a grassroots network of teachers called for a sickout to protest a bill that would restructure the board that oversees the state's teacher pension system.
A bill that would slash the $375,000 salary of Kentucky Chief Information Officer Charles Grindle by nearly half passed unanimously through the House budget committee Tuesday.
Attorney General Andy Beshear threw down a challenge to his fellow Democratic gubernatorial nominees Saturday: sign a pledge to not run any negative television or radio ads in the primary.
Four big utility interests pumped $327,050 into the political committees of legislative candidates and the political parties during the 2018 election cycle.
The Republican senator behind this year's "net-metering" bill has introduced a measure that would fast track rate cases and limit oversight from state utility regulators.
With Republicans holding overwhelming majorities in the Kentucky General Assembly for their third consecutive session, lawmakers this winter have filed a half-dozen bills to restrict access to abortion.
Doctors would be required to tell patients seeking a medically-induced abortion that the procedure can be reversed, under a bill advancing through the Kentucky legislature despite warnings from medical professionals.