The number of Kentuckians “doctor shopping” to obtain similar drug prescriptions from multiple doctors dropped significantly after new drug laws went into effect in 2012, according to a new University of Kentucky report. The so-called “pill-mill bill” required pain management … Read Story
An ordinance that affordable housing advocates consider a big step forward in Louisville’s quest to boost living options for low-income residents is being held up in a Metro Council ad hoc committee. The five member, bipartisan committee addressed the ordinance … Read Story
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- Louisville Has No Public Statues of Women. That Changes This Weekend.
- Kentucky State Fair, Parks Take Stand Against Confederate Flag
- Seve Ghose Will Be Louisville’s New Parks Director
- University of Louisville Trustees Vote For Bonus, Smaller Raise For President Ramsey
- Consultant Confirms UofL President Ramsey’s Pay is at ‘High End’ of Market; Trustees Recommend Raise
- Residents Ask For Moratorium on Fracking in Kentucky
- Air Quality Alert Issued for Saturday in Louisville
- Anthem Deal For Cigna Would Hasten Health Insurance Consolidation
- Author Discusses the World’s Best Health Care Models–and the Problems With America’s System