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Black voters played a huge role in delivering Barack Obama to the White House in 2008 and 2012.
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President Obama and his liberal allies in Washington and in the media are patting themselves on the back for a so-called "successful" implementation of Obamacare.
A new ad from Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell grossly oversells the percentage of Kentuckians that McConnell "saved" from income tax hikes last year.
The General Assembly recognizes the growing needs of family caregivers, calls for new research to examine present and future needs.
I've consistently maintained that the Affordable Care Act will be an electoral plus for Democrats this November as the law's initial success lifts both its approval ratings and those of the president .
Gov. Steve Beshear touted Kentucky's efforts Tuesday to sign up people for health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act and told its political critics, including U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, that the program "is working."
The doctor fired after an inmate's death at Kentucky State Penitentiary will keep his private practice but may hire a lawyer as the state's investigation continues, his wife said Tuesday.
Traffic delays are expected and load width restrictions remain in effect as bridge deck rehabilitation continues on Kentucky 285 and Kentucky 359, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Leaders at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet say someone stole 4,000 feet of copper wiring from their light fixtures at the 120 mile marker.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet spent $68 million on snow and ice removal this winter, about 50 percent more than normal.
In a bold move, Kentucky pol Elisabeth Jensen has vocalized her support of the Affordable Health Care Act in her bid for Congress.
This Feb. 7, 2014 file photo shows Kentucky Republican Senate candidate Matt Bevin speaking in Fisherville, Ky.
The heavy cost of keeping up with all that snow and ice means less money for maintenance this Spring.
Kentucky Legislature Adjourns Without Having Passed Bill to Let Candidates Run for President and U.S. Senate in Same Year On April 18, the Kentucky legislature adjourned, without having passed SB 205, which would have let U.S. Senator Rand Paul run for re-election in 2016 even if he is also running for the Republican presidential nomination.