Opinion: ‘Refundable’ tax credits for Kentucky’s signature industries force average citizens to pay big corporations

Andrew McNeill, guest contributor Like a lot of Kentuckians, I’m proud of our state’s association…...
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Archives: South followed Jeffersonian ideals; early Kentucky governor helped protect Federalist newspaper from mob

This column by former state historian Ron Bryant, of Georgetown, originally was published in The…...
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News: Poll finds voters strongly oppose decision overturning Roe v. Wade, prefer Biden over Trump in rematch

Laura Cullen Glasscock, The Kentucky Gazette A New York Times/Siena College national poll released this…...
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Notes & Quotes: ‘Safe R’ for the commonwealth’s U.S. Senate race; KET candidate interviews on tap for October

Sabato: Kentucky Senate ‘Safe R’ Sabato’s Crystal Ball sees re-election for U.S. Sen. Rand Paul…...
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News: Kentucky GOP caucus committees back favorites in several primaries; Republican caucuses outraise Democrats

Laura Cullen Glasscock, The Kentucky Gazette Kentucky’s two major parties don’t openly endorse candidates in…...
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Opinion: Franklin judge orders public release of investigative report on Kentucky Public Pension Authority; questions remain

Amye Bensenhaver, guest contributor The Kentucky Public Pension Authority on Sept. 6 released the $1.2…...
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News: Beshear signs $212.7 million relief package for Eastern Kentucky flood victims, devastated communities

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 26) – Gov. Andy Beshear joined state lawmakers in the Capitol Rotunda…...
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Notes & Quotes: DNC chair campaigns with Booker; Alvarado tapped for fellowship; Chamber launches policy center

The Kentucky Gazette DNC chair Harrison in Louisville Tuesday Democratic National Committee chairman Jaime Harrison…...
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Opinion: State Workers help us all. It’s past time to help them

Justin Pugel, guest contributor Everyone in the commonwealth relies on services provided by the state…...
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           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.

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