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In its history stretching back well over 100 years, the Harlan Daily Enterprise had been the home of many outstanding journalists. Not many, if any, could compare to Ewell Ballltrip, whose long battle with illness ended earlier this week. more
Katie Vandegrift recently shared her story of losing three unborn children to miscarriage in a recent opinion column. Her pain and loss was deeply moving and deserves our compassion, but her personal story wasn't grounds for dismissing the need for SB 50, the Chemical Abortion Reporting Act. more
In September of 2014, I had these words to say: "The president acts like he's a king. He ignores the Constitution. He arrogantly says, 'If Congress will not act, then I must.' more
FRANKFORT, Ky. - During the next few weeks, our General Assembly has a remarkable opportunity to give thousands of Kentucky children a new path to success by voting in favor of two bills that will help create a scholarship tax credit program. House Bill 205 and Senate Bill 118 will go a long way towards helping children in the Commonwealth reach their dreams. more
Late Monday, the United States Senate failed to muster enough votes to protect the lives of children born alive after an attempted abortion. This vote comes as one of the most important events in recent American political history—and it is simultaneously tragic and telling. more
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Throughout the very complex trade negotiations to replace NAFTA via a trade deal known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement on Trade or USMCA, President Trump, Secretary Ross and the Trump Administration have been the subject of no small amount of criticism. more
Do you ever pay attention to ads for prescription medications? Do you listen to their long list of possible side effects? Sometimes the side effects seem more frightening than the condition they’re treating. I often wonder if it’s worth the risk. more
Caring for innocent children and their mothers is a moral imperative. To put these principles into action, I announced, as Senate Majority Leader, that we would vote on the “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act,” offered by Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) in the coming days. more
A flurry of pro-life bills is moving through the Kentucky legislature as swiftly as a Midwestern snowstorm in February, bringing alarm to those who believe the choice to carry a baby to term should be left to the pregnant mother and her doctor. For pro-lifers, such bills signal that the unjust season of abortion on demand will soon be over. more
FRANKFORT, Ky. - When I entered public service three years ago, one of my core missions was to seek justice for victims. more
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