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That Paul Ryan's one-man crusade against poverty has gotten off to a laughably bad start should have surprised no one.
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7 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
WASHINGTON - "Time for a change" may be the oldest slogan in politics, and it's still effective.
Frankfort : Kentucky’s annual unemployment rate remained unchanged at 8.3 percent from 2012 to 2013, and non-farm employment gained 15,500 jobs, according to the state Office of Employment and Training.
Kentuckians are about to get reminded that spring isn't here just yet. A cold front moving through the commonwealth Sunday could drop up to 3 inches of snow across the Bluegrass before dusting the mountains.
You may have seen the Enquirer's 'talk to your government' tool, which allows Enquirer viewers to easily contact state and local government leaders, while allowing the Enquirer to get an accurate picture of what elected leaders are hearing.
Kentucky and Georgia are moving forward with bills that would legalize the use of cannabidiol by patients.
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The House Labor and Industry Committee voted against the Kentucky Right to Work Act, which was sponsored by House Minority Leader Jeff Hoover.
Labor-union workers wearing ugly green t-shirts verbally accosted me at the end of last week's news conference in the Capitol Annex promoting a right-to-work policy for Kentucky - something employees in 24 other states enjoy.
After nine months of deliberation in 2013, Kentucky's Blue Ribbon Commission on Tax Reform - assembled by Governor Steve Beshear and the twelfth such group since 1982 - put together a list of 54 recommendations that would overhaul the Bluegrass State's tax code.
If your personal information stored by a retailer somehow falls into unauthorized hands, how would you be notified? Or would you be notified at all? The issue has gained added attention in recent months following two well-publicized data breaches at two national retailers.
Unemployment rates in the Tri-county are down from a year ago, following statewide trends, the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training reported Thursday.
A large crowd showed up Thursday for a hearing in the Kentucky Senate on the national education standards known as Common Core.
Harlan Fiscal Court on Tuesday heard a request from Certified County Road Supervisor Marvin Goins to purchase a sewer/tile cleaning machine from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's surplus supply.
Rand Paul has a solution for his political and legal dilemma facing his prospective 2016 campaign: Elect new members to the Kentucky state House.
An Earlington woman will spend the next 20 years in prison for the death of her step-son.