Kentucky Supreme Court strikes down medical review panels, upholds ‘right-to-work’ law

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Attorney General Andy Beshear (left) addressing the Kentucky Supreme Court in a 2017 hearing. | Photo by Joe Sonka The Kentucky Supreme Court Thursday issued opinions striking down the law creating medical review panels for medical malpractice lawsuits in the state and upholding the so-called

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Kentucky Retirement Systems trustee may be ineligible to also serve on Anchorage City Council

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Kentucky Retirement Systems trustee, Anchorage City Council member and Ramsey Financial founder Neil Ramsey | Photo via Conficare website Kentucky Retirement Systems trustee Neil Ramsey was elected to his sixth term as a member of the Anchorage City Council last week, but a legal opinion from

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What should Amy McGrath do next? ‘Run for governor,’ says her campaign manager

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Retired U.S. Marine Lt. Colonel Amy McGrath waved to her supporters after she gave her concession speech Tuesday night in the lobby of the Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts in Richmond, Ky. McGrath was defeated by incumbent Republican Congressman Andy Barr. | Photo by Charles

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Three Louisville teachers win state seats, while majority of Kentucky educators lose

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Protesters gather on the Capitol steps in Frankfort. | Photo by Olivia Krauth In a statement win in what has been called the “year of the educator,” teacher Tina Bojanowski unseated Republican representative incumbent Phil Moffett, who many public education supporters considered a top target

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Takeaways from the 2018 election: Louisville gets bluer and Kentucky stays red

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Congressman John Yarmuth and Mayor Greg Fischer cruised to re-election, winning over 60 percent of the vote in their bids for another term | Photos via campaigns Democratic candidates in Jefferson County won big races in Tuesday’s elections, with Mayor Greg Fischer and Congressman John Yarmuth

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Commentary: Take a moment to observe Veterans Day

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By Sen. Jimmy Higdon FRANKFORT – The Kentucky State Capitol boasts an impressive collection of public art and memorials. A large bronze statue of former President Abraham Lincoln stands in the center of the Capitol rotunda. Portraits of state Supreme Court justices line the second-floor

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Mayor Fischer and Congressman Yarmuth easily win re-election

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Congressman John Yarmuth | Photo via campaign website Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Congressman John Yarmuth both won their re-election campaigns by wide margins on Tuesday, as the Democratic incumbents were able to win over 60 percent of the vote. Rep. Yarmuth will now serve his seventh

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Voter guide: Democrats hope to cut into GOP supermajority in General Assembly by flipping Louisville seats

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The Capitol building in Frankfort | Photo by Olivia Krauth In the 2016 election, Republicans not only won back a majority of seats in the state House of the Kentucky General Assembly for the first time in a century, but they did so in resounding fashion, sweeping 17 seats to take a

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Commentary: A novel twist on government transparency and accountability

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By Amye Bensenhaver An Oct. 23 article by Joe Sonka in Insider Louisville, entitled “Despite transparency law, investment manager contracts for public pensions heavily redacted,” confirms that the Kentucky Retirement Systems has effectively surrendered its recently assigned statutory duty to

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Commentary: Defending key provisions of the ethics law

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By John Schaaf The Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission went to federal court in Cincinnati last week to defend key provisions of the ethics law enacted in the wake of the BOPTROT scandal of the early 1990s, and strengthened by the 2014 General Assembly. John Schaaf, executive director,

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