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We interrupt today’s sports topics with a little bit from the Kentucky political scene, where things got heated at today’s “Right To Work” hearing in Frankfort. Governor Bevin, fresh off attending last night’s UK game, where he caught a free t-shirt...
Federal Communications Committee Chairman Tom Wheeler touted the benefits of government-sponsored Internet networks during a tour of Kentucky on Monday, noting he was “proud to say that all Americans have participated in building this network” during...
Senate Bill 2 in the Kentucky General Assembly, which aims to reduce an estimated $30 billion in unfunded obligations to the state’s public pension systems, cleared the House State Government Committee. As Business First reported, the bill, which passed...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — It was prohibited and it was humid and it was a Friday in a center of summer, all of that should’ve been adequate to suppress any unrestrained from a organisation of Florida State’s skill-position players regulating by offseason drills...
We recently came across the following question on Quora: “If every state of the USA declared war against each other, which would win?“ We’ve published the full answer from Quora user Jon Davis, a Marine veteran who is now a writer and blogger on military...
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More than 81,000 Kentuckians signed up for health insurance plans during the first open enrollment period under Healthcare.gov, state officials reported on