Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles is calling upon the state’s congressional delegation to help what he terms the “bureaucratic paralysis” by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) which he says is hindering Kentucky’s burgeoning hemp industry.
The Kentucky House Transportation Committee passed a bill Tuesday to help increase safety as children get on and off school buses. The measure, filed by GOP Rep. Robert Goforth, of East Bernstadt, would require the installation of
Beshear recommends teacher raise, school safety, full funding for Medicaid and pensions, 350 new social workers FRANKFORT, KY. (Jan. 28, 2020) – Gov. Andy Beshear outlined his first budget to lawmakers on Tuesday prioritizing education, health care
With very little discussion and no dissent, the “Born Alive” bill unanimously cleared the Kentucky Senate on Monday. The sponsor, GOP Sen. Whitney Westerfield, R-Crofton, explained the purpose of the bill: “It simply requires that any child
Two men have been arrested after offering free samples of heroin and fentanyl to customers at a McDonald’s restaurant in Richmond, near the Eastern Kentucky University campus. Richmond and EKU police responded to the McDonald’s after customers