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John Arnold Accuser Alleges Retaliation in Firing From Kentucky Statehouse Job

January 26, 2015

A former Kentucky legislative staffer alleges state House Majority Whip Johnny Bell fired her because she'd filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against another legislator. Read Story


Does Kentucky’s Constitution Give Lawmakers Immunity During Session?

January 23, 2015

The attorney of a Kentucky legislator accused of diving under the influence is attempting to use as a defense a provision of the state constitutional giving lawmakers immunity during legislative sessions. Read Story

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Stumbo Will Ask For the Release of the Kentucky Legislative Research Commission Audit

January 23, 2015

In a statement Friday, Stumbo said he'll motion for the release of the audit report, which was conducted last year by the National Conference of Legislatures. Read Story

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Nearly a Year After Kentucky Legislature’s OK, Cannabidiol is Still Unavailable

January 11, 2015

It's been nearly a year, and not a drop of cannabidiol oil has been produced in the state. There are currently no manufacturers for the oil here, and it's illegal to transport it across state lines. Read Story

Senate President Robert Stivers joins House Speaker Greg Stumbo and Gov. Steve Beshear just before his 2015 State of the Commonwealth address.

The First Week of the Kentucky General Assembly’s 2015 Session, in Review

January 10, 2015

In the first week of the Kentucky General Assembly's 2015 legislative session, lawmakers elected leadership, assigned committees and begun moving legislation through the Capitol at a fast pace. Read Story