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When we came home from my in-laws on Christmas Day last year, there was a Brooks Robinson autographed baseball in a plastic case sitting on my porch. more
Navigating the health care world can be frustrating and stressful. But PAs, or physician assistants, are medical professionals who diagnose illness, develop and manage treatment plans, and can serve as your primary healthcare provider. more
In the words of President Ronald Reagan, “the…inescapable truth is: government does not have all the answers. In too many instances, government does not solve problems; it subsidized them.” With those words in mind, consider for a moment the government’s response to a growing crisis of access to medical care in small communities across America, a crisis which will rob, yes rob, small communities of access to even the most basic medical service, access to emergency and non-emergency ambulance transport. more
Oct. 6, 2018, was a proud day for the U.S. Senate. We fulfilled one of our most critical constitutional duties and confirmed Brett M. Kavanaugh, a stunning legal mind and an exemplary federal judge, as the newest associate justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. more
As the curtain drops on the final act of another mean-spirited election season, one can almost hear the words of Paul Newman’s character Brick Pollitt in Tennessee Williams’s play “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” when he says to his wife Maggie, who is played by Elizabeth Taylor, “Maggie, we’re through with lies and liars in this house. Lock the door.” more
Eastern Kentucky is in desperate need of a spiritual awakening. This fall, we have an incredible opportunity to make a significant spiritual impact. more
This election, like no other election in the history of our nation, will decide whether the First Amendment rights of believers to freely assemble and worship will survive another generation. more
In addition to providing quality education, the Lee County School District is a major economic driver in the community. The school district directly contributes to the educational attainment and future earnings of its youth. more
Ensuring good health for the residents of Kentucky requires more than just providing access to quality healthcare. It is well established that there are many social, behavioral and environmental factors that play a role in health outcomes such as eating nutritional food, living in safe housing, and having reliable transportation. more
On September 20, the Kentucky Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a potential landmark case that could determine how the General Assembly conducts its business. more
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