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2 hrs ago | Daily Kos
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.
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4 hrs ago | The Daily Advance
The U.S. Department of Energy said Wednesday that it is entering negotiations with General Electric's nuclear division on a proposal to replace an aging uranium enrichment plant in Kentucky with a new facility.
8 hrs ago | Free Republic
The re-election campaign committee of a sitting five-term U.S. Senator appears not quite up to speed on the basic campaign mechanics for their 2014 election.
11 hrs ago | BizPacReview.com
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is not only one of Obamacare's most outspoken cheerleaders, he also saw fit to exempt some of his staff members from the necessity of buying insurance through the exchange.
13 hrs ago | Free Republic
Sen. Mitch McConnell's Republican primary challenger, Matt Bevin, insists he's just where he wants to be in his longshot bid to unseat Kentucky's longest-serving senator.
15 hrs ago | Lucianne.com
ThereA s a furor at the White House, and they did NOT SEE it coming. Also, Republicans came under attack over the weekend for a well-intended but impolitic tweet observing the 58th anniversary of Rosa ParksA s arrest for defying segregation on a Montgomery, Ala., municipal bus.
Call it "Ghosts of Catchphrases Past." At Monday's White House briefing, ABC News' Jonathan Karl resurrected the George W. Bush -era slogan "Mission Accomplished," and on Tuesday, Fox News Chief White House Correspondent Ed Henry revived a more recent political buzz-phrase, asking White House Press Secretary Jay Carney "Jay, is the President going ... (more)
The head of the Republican National Committee waved off any suggestion he might not rally behind Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in his bid for reelection.
The Senate race in Kentucky pitting Republican Leader Mitch McConnell against Kentucky's Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is fated to be a barn burner.
NBCNEWS.COM - President Barack Obama said his signature health care reform law is going nowhere as long as he's in office, and he'll spend the remainder of his presidency fighting to make it work if necessary.
The capitol is serving up a new crop of strange bedfellows courtesy of the Department of Labor and Library of Congress.
During a presentation at the White House in which President Barack Obama touted the benefits of the Affordable Care Act, the president declared that his signature health care reform law was not going to be repealed.
If personnel is policy then House Speaker John Boehner is serious about immigration reform.
One is Mitch McConnell. He is the Senate Minority Leaders and the incumbent in Kentucky.
The Issue: Democrats change the filibuster rule in the Senate. Our Opinion: Sooner or later the move will come back to haunt them.
From left, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky., and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nev., laugh during a ceremony to dedicate the statue of Frederick Douglass in the Emancipation Hall of the United States Visitor Center on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, June 19, 2013.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will spend more than $180,000 to run a TV ad across Kentucky over the next 10 days promoting Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell as a champion for the state's coal industry.