Opinion: ‘Refundable’ tax credits for Kentucky’s signature industries force average citizens to pay big corporations September 24, 2022 Andrew McNeill, guest contributor Like a lot of Kentuckians, I’m proud of our state’s association…... Read More Archives: South followed Jeffersonian ideals; early Kentucky governor helped protect Federalist newspaper from mob September 22, 2022 This column by former state historian Ron Bryant, of Georgetown, originally was published in The…... Read More News: Poll finds voters strongly oppose decision overturning Roe v. Wade, prefer Biden over Trump in rematch September 19, 2022 Laura Cullen Glasscock, The Kentucky Gazette A New York Times/Siena College national poll released this…... Read More Notes & Quotes: ‘Safe R’ for the commonwealth’s U.S. Senate race; KET candidate interviews on tap for October September 19, 2022 Sabato: Kentucky Senate ‘Safe R’ Sabato’s Crystal Ball sees re-election for U.S. Sen. Rand Paul…... Read More News: Kentucky GOP caucus committees back favorites in several primaries; Republican caucuses outraise Democrats September 7, 2022 Laura Cullen Glasscock, The Kentucky Gazette Kentucky’s two major parties don’t openly endorse candidates in…... Read More Opinion: Franklin judge orders public release of investigative report on Kentucky Public Pension Authority; questions remain September 7, 2022 Amye Bensenhaver, guest contributor The Kentucky Public Pension Authority on Sept. 6 released the $1.2…... Read More News: Beshear signs $212.7 million relief package for Eastern Kentucky flood victims, devastated communities August 26, 2022 FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 26) – Gov. Andy Beshear joined state lawmakers in the Capitol Rotunda…... Read More Notes & Quotes: DNC chair campaigns with Booker; Alvarado tapped for fellowship; Chamber launches policy center August 23, 2022 The Kentucky Gazette DNC chair Harrison in Louisville Tuesday Democratic National Committee chairman Jaime Harrison…... Read More Opinion: State Workers help us all. It’s past time to help them August 23, 2022 Justin Pugel, guest contributor Everyone in the commonwealth relies on services provided by the state…... Read More Calendar All times Eastern. Oct. 3: “Kentucky Tonight” on KET. Interviews with candidates for U.S. Senate – Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and Democrat Charles Booker. 8 p.m. Oct. 6: Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. Government Forum with Scott Jennings and Mark Riddle. 8 a.m. Hilton at Cincinnati Airport. Tweets by https://twitter.com/kentuckygazette?s=21 Subscribe to The Kentucky Gazette's Friday email newsletter TKG in Brief Please enter a valid email address. Subscribe Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.