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Thursday was the 25th anniversary of an incident that shook northeastern Kentucky to its very core, the school shooting at East Carter High School in Grayson. more

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Kentucky became the first state in the nation to receive a federal waiver to require able-bodied Medicaid recipients to work, go to school, or engage in community service at least 20-hours per week. Gov. Matt Bevin said: "This marks the first significant change to a federal entitlement program in more than 20 years." It's a move he believes will provide a model for other states to follow. more

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The battle in Washington, D.C. rages over what to do with our immigration crisis. Regardless of where you stand on the issue, one thing certain is that we can no longer put off confronting this difficult issue by “kicking the immigration can down the road.” more

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Beginning on Sunday night and continuing into the week, major media in the United States seem to be transfixed and absolutely preoccupied with what they see as one major, unavoidable political question. That question is this: Will Oprah Winfrey run for the office of president of the United States? more

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Any way you look at it, 2018 is going to be a very big year in the United States on the question of marijuana. more

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Why is it that so few New Year's resolutions make it even to the midpoint of the New Year's first month? more

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One of the current events we'll likely remember from 2017 is the devastating hurricanes that ravaged Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, and destroyed everything in their paths. Many people felt the … more

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More than twenty years after Purdue Pharma launched its first advertising campaign to tout a new miracle drug known as OxyContin, state governments have scrambled to find a political solution to end … more

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Christmas can be a time of bittersweetness for so many. more

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Over the past eight years, I received countless letters, emails, and phone calls from Kentucky families frustrated by the Obama economy. “The honest, hardworking folks can’t get ahead, the cheaters don’t get caught, and the rich just keep getting richer,” wrote one Kentuckian. “The Obama administration” another Kentuckian wrote, “has not solved our country’s #1 problem: economic growth and employment creation.” more
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