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Showing 4 articles from February 16, 2017.

Politics & Government

Public benefit corporation bill heads to Senate

FRANKFORT--The Kentucky House has voted 78-17 for a bill that would allow public benefit corporations to do business in the Commonwealth.

Should House Bill 35 become law, Kentucky would become one of more than 31 states that allow for the creation of public benefit corporations--

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Graves High Academic Team wins 2017 Governor's Cup District Championship; next, Graves hosts regionals Feb. 18
Graves High Academic Team wins 2017 Governor's Cup District Championship; next, Graves hosts regionals Feb. 18

Graves County High School Academic team: Individual winners include Ryan Overby, first in math; Emily Goddard, first in arts and humanities and first in language arts; Matthew Woods, second in science and second in social studies; Alec McClain, first in science, and second in math; Megan Schmitt, fifth in composition; Avery McClain, third in language arts; Logan Elliott, fifth in math; and Karli Prather, first in composition, third in science, and third in arts and humanities.

Not pictured are Kyler Thompson, who served as the team's manager for district-level competition; Katie Hendley, who also competed; and coach Lynda Hiles.

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Replace Obamacare with a better system - single payer health care

Dr. Senator Paul is right in one small part. Obamacare needs to be repealed. But it needs to be replaced with universal health care. Medical providers, especially those in rural areas, are burdened with complying with multiple health insurance companies.

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Senate doubles campaign contribution limit
Contributions to pols will double under SB 75.
Senate doubles campaign contribution limit

To prove how just in touch our Kentucky State Senators are, just review one of the most pressing new legislative efforts to be offered up as law of the land during this session of the 2017 General Assembly...

The Kentucky Senate just passed Senate Bill 75 that would double the amount of money each political candidate could take for his or her campaign.

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