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Tuesday will a big day in the commonwealth. more

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Last year, President Trump responded to the growing opioid addiction crisis by declaring a national public health emergency—and for good reason. On average, 116 Americans die every single day as a result of an opioid drug overdose. And in my home state of Kentucky, we suffer from the third highest opioid overdose mortality rate in the nation. more

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Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court recognized that the legalization of gambling “is a controversial subject” and “requires an important policy choice.” The Court also acknowledged that the decision belongs to the legislative, not the judicial branch. more

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In May, the Republic of Ireland disappointingly voted to repeal one of the more restrictive abortion bans in the world. While those results from our friends across the Atlantic were discouraging, I … more

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Donald Trump has chosen a superb nominee to serve on the Supreme Court. Through the most transparent and democratic process in recent memory, he has selected a brilliant judge with an outstanding reputation. Now it is the Senate’s turn to give Judge Brett Kavanaugh fair and thorough consideration. more

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After the announcement of the retirement of Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy earlier this week, President Trump has yet another historical opportunity to nominate a justice to the United States Supreme Court, a justice who will follow the Constitution, not rewrite it. more

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 Attorney General Andy Beshear is getting plenty of practice for his next campaign as he travels across the Commonwealth to spread fear and misinformation about the new pension reform bill … more

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The Fancy Farm Picnic, perhaps the greatest political tradition in the country, is the unofficial kickoff to the fall campaigns. more

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Since May of 1868, Americans have commemorated the sacrifices of the heroes who have served and died on the fields of battle on Memorial Day. more

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Whenever the Senate is not in session, I enjoy working at home in Kentucky and hearing first-hand from my constituents. During the July state work period, I again traveled across Kentucky to meet with families, veterans, workers and students. I’m proud to represent them in Washington and always appreciate spending time with them in the Commonwealth. These conversations help me – as Senate Majority Leader – keep Kentucky’s priorities at the center of national attention. more
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