Vickie Yates Brown Glisson talks campaign, healthcare

LOUISVILLE- Former Cabinet for Health and Family Services Secretary Vickie Yates Brown Glisson is laying out her platform in the race for the Third Congressional...

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Kentucky's High Court hears pension lawsuit arguments

FRANKFORT- The fate of retirement benefits for thousands of workers now lay in the hands of the high court. The Kentucky Supreme Court heard arguments...

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A wide shot of a meeting of the State Board of Elections

Emotions run high at the State Board of Elections Meeting

A call for an ambulance, raised voices and a threat to call security marked the September meeting of Kentucky’s Board of Elections.

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Midterms 2018: A look at 60-day campaign finances

This list will be updated as more reports are published There is less than two months to go until the November elections—and some candidates are raising...

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Alison Lundergan Grimes at a special meeting of the Board of Elections

State Personnel Board opens investigation that Alison Lundergan Grimes' office misused voter data

Kentucky’s Personnel Board voted to start an investigation into allegations that the Secretary of State’s office mis-used voter data.

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Congressman Yarmuth talks campaign, Trump

LOUISVILLE- Before heading to the nation’s capitol, Congressman John Yarmuth stopped by the Spectrum News studio to discuss several things. With the elections less than...

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Vickie Yates Brown Glisson talks campaign, healthcare

09/22/2018 02:33 PM

LOUISVILLE- Former Cabinet for Health and Family Services Secretary Vickie Yates Brown Glisson is laying out her platform in the race for the Third Congressional District. Glisson is challenging Congressman John Yarmuth, who has held the seat since 2006. She says she was compelled to run after seeing Louisville fall behind cities around it. “We always felt that Indianapolis and Nashville were our peer cities, and what grieved me is Indianapolis and Nashville have passed us by,” said Glisson. “I... Read more 

Opponents try to kill buzz surrounding medical marijuana

09/21/2018 01:08 PM

FRANKFORT- Medical Marijuana opponents were hoping they could Friday, Lawmakers heard from those who oppose legalizing marijuana for medicinal use—including Kevin Sabet, Director of the Drug Policy Institute who expressed concerns about potential risks he says could arise from making the drugs medically available. To begin with he says there is no difference between medical and recreational marijuana. “Often times the products are sold very similarly. In Colorado, basically what most stores did was install a curtain in the middle... Read more 

Sewer-Pension Bill brings big crowds to Kentucky's Supreme Court

09/21/2018 09:46 AM

Teachers, lawmakers and both attorney react to the Supreme Court hearing of Senate Bill 151, a bill originally written to address sewers, but rewritten to reform pensions.

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Kentucky's High Court hears pension lawsuit arguments

09/20/2018 01:56 PM

FRANKFORT- The fate of retirement benefits for thousands of workers now lay in the hands of the high court. The Kentucky Supreme Court heard arguments from the Bevin Administration and Attorney General Andy Beshear on the constitutionality of Senate Bill 151. A lower court in June ruled the pension bill unconstitutional and void because the General Assembly violated the Kentucky Constitution, specifically when it came to the three reading requirement and the majority vote requirement. The arguments heard Thursday were similar... Read more 

Emotions run high at the State Board of Elections Meeting

09/18/2018 07:50 PM

A wide shot of a meeting of the State Board of Elections

A call for an ambulance, raised voices and a threat to call security marked the September meeting of Kentucky’s Board of Elections.

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Midterms 2018: A look at 60-day campaign finances

09/17/2018 04:32 PM

This list will be updated as more reports are published There is less than two months to go until the November elections—and some candidates are raising big money to ensure they have a seat in Frankfort come January. We’ve broken down some of the more costly—or close races to watch for based on the campaign finance reports filed with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance. SENATE RACES 4th Senate District In what is a tight and expensive race—Incumbent Dorsey Ridley, D-Henderson, has... Read more 

State Personnel Board opens investigation that Alison Lundergan Grimes' office misused voter data

09/17/2018 09:23 AM

Alison Lundergan Grimes at a special meeting of the Board of Elections

Kentucky’s Personnel Board voted to start an investigation into allegations that the Secretary of State’s office mis-used voter data.

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