Byline Today: Kentucky Felon Voting Rights, Louisville Health and More

An effort is underway to improve health in Louisville, the Kentucky General Assembly makes a move on restoring felon voting rights and the latest on the Corvette Museum sinkhole—we’ll discuss these stories and more today on Byline.

First up, Kentucky Public Radio’s Jonathan Meador checks in from Frankfort on the latest in the 2014 legislative session. We’ll also hear a feature on the latest action in the push to restore voting rights to felons in Kentucky.

This week, Mayor Greg Fischer and other city officials launched an effort to improve health in Louisville. WFPL’s Jacob Ryan reported on an ordinance that will proposed in Metro Council. We’ll hear from him.

Host Rick Howlett will chat with Corvette Museum director Wendell Strode, who’ll offer more details on the sinkhole that yanked eight cars into the Bowling Green ground.

Join us for these stories, our regular arts discussion with WFPL’s Erin Keane and more. Byline begins at 1 p.m. at 89.3, streaming at WFPL.org.

Joseph Lord

Joseph Lord is the online managing editor for WFPL.

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