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Kentucky's unlikely health care heartthrob
For anxious national Democrats who have pined for a white knight in the health care reform debate, Steve Beshear is starting to look like the one they've been waiting for implausible as that development may be.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Ky.'s health care call centers will offer assistance on Sundays
Kynect.Ky.Gov or 1-866-459-6328. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and 9 a.m.- 4 p.m., Sat., Sun.
Williamson Daily News Online
James River Coal issues fur...
On the same day Gov. Steve Beshear touted the Commonwealth's rank as ninth best economic climate in the country as being "proof that Kentucky's economy is heading in the right direction," according to The Lane Report , the Eastern Kentucky coalfields felt the pain of yet another round of job cuts in the region.
WBKO-TV Bowling Green
Weather Takes a 180: Cold, Snow, Rain, Sleet
Kentucky residents have said goodbye to temperatures in the 70s for the time being and are gritting their teeth as forecasts fill with sleet, snow and plummeting thermometer readings.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The Washington Post
Lawmakers rushing to reach budget agreement to avoid another shutdown
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talks with Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear at the Capitol Visitors Center in Washington.
State Senate candidate questions trustworthiness of opponent in special election
Richard Moloney, an independent candidate in Tuesday's special election in Lexington for the state Senate, questions the trustworthiness of his Democratic opponent, Reginald Thomas, in a mailer sent to voters this week.
The Washington Post
Steve Beshear, the governor of Kentucky - where Obamacare is expanding health coverage every day in a red state - met privately with House Democrats this morning.
Floyd County Times
Senate candidates ignoring SOAR
Although next week's "Shaping Our Appalachian Region" summit at the East Kentucky Expo Center is being promoted by Democratic and Republican leaders alike as an important first step toward growing Eastern Kentucky's economy and improving its quality of life, it appears not to have registered a blip on the radar for the three major candidates for ... (more)
Wed Dec 04, 2013
President Obama's Suggstion to Mitch McConnell
It all started on October 1. While Congress was busy shutting down the government, the Affordable Care Act opened the exchanges for business, and I kept seeing one governor on television talking about the ACA in his state.
West Kentucky News
Governor Beshear welcomes Daher - " TLI to Ballard County
Kevil - Governor Steven Beshear welcomed Daher -Transport Logistics International, Inc at its new facility in Kevil located at the former AC Marine on US 60 yesterday.
Moloney for Senate 13 seat
Tuesday, voters in the 13th Senate District in Lexington will go to the polls in a special election to fill the post vacated when Kathy Stein was appointed to a judgeship last summer.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Evansville Courier & Press
Governor stumps here for Humphrey
Mike Lawrence/The Gleaner Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear reaches over a table to shake hands with Dorothy Liles as he and candidate for state representative Kim Humphrey stopped at the North-South Truck Stop in Robards on a campaign swing through the area.
AG Conway acts against deceptive Health Insurance websites
By Allison Gardner Martin News from the Attorney General's Office Acting to protect Kentucky consumers attempting to obtain health insurance under the new Affordable Care Act, Attorney General Jack Conway required a company operating a website deceptively similar to the Kentucky health insurance exchange to take down its site.
Today's Headlines - Dec. 3, 2013
Special events marked the ribbon cutting for the traveling exhibition of "Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War" at Laurel County Public Library Monday.
Editorial | Medicaid: Tale of two states
Why Gov. Pence? Because he and some of his fellow Republicans in the Indiana legislature are directly responsible for blocking the access of Ms.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Group reviewing child abuse deaths fails to make specific recommendations
An external panel created to review child abuse deaths and serious injuries did not make specific legislative or policy changes in its first annual report as required by law.
Two months in, Kynect has more than 60,000 users
About two months after its launch, more than 60,000 users have enrolled in health plans through the state's health benefit exchange, called Kynect.
Kentucky takes 'aggressive approach' to make drivers stop texting
Racking up too many texting and driving violations in Kentucky could now put motorists at risk of losing their licenses.
Former Senate president files to keep judicial job
Former Senate President David Williams has filed candidacy papers to seek election to the judicial seat Gov. Steve Beshear appointed him to last year.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Candidates for Lexington state Senate seat stick to issues at forum
The second of two forums for the state Senate candidates from Lexington's 13th District will be at 7 p.m. Monday at Woodland Christian Church, 530 East High Street.