State Leaders Speak Out On ‘Fatal Flaws’ Investigation

By Committee To Re-Elect Sean Delahanty Category: 2018 election, All News, Election 2018, In The Media, Lousiville, Updates Comments: No comment Tags: , , , , ,
In the wake of an investigative report that revealed Kentucky is failing to properly investigate worker fatalities, Democrats are criticizing a silent Bevin administration and calling for changes. Attorney General Andy Beshear, a Democratic candidate for governor, said in a statement that

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Federal Court Begins Hearing Arguments Over New Kentucky Abortion Law

By Committee To Re-Elect Sean Delahanty Category: 2018 election, All News, Election 2018, In The Media, Lousiville, Updates Comments: No comment Tags: , , , , ,
A federal court in Louisville has begun hearing arguments over a new set of abortion restrictions that passed out of the Republican-led Kentucky legislature earlier this year. The only abortion provider in the state is suing Gov. Matt Bevin over the measure, which requires doctors to induce

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Kentucky House Leader Files To Raise Money For Governor

By Committee To Re-Elect Sean Delahanty Category: 2018 election, All News, Election 2018, In The Media, Lousiville, Updates Comments: No comment Tags: , , , , ,
The minority floor leader of the Kentucky House of Representatives has filed paperwork to raise money for a campaign for governor, setting up a potentially spirited Democratic primary in 2019 to challenge Republican incumbent Matt Bevin. State Rep. Rocky Adkins and running mate Stephanie Horne

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Federal Court To Hear Arguments Over New Kentucky Abortion Ban Next Week

By Committee To Re-Elect Sean Delahanty Category: 2018 election, All News, Election 2018, In The Media, Lousiville, Updates Comments: No comment Tags: , , , , ,
Next week, a federal court in Louisville will hear arguments over a new Kentucky law that bans a common type of abortion procedure. Earlier this year the Kentucky legislature passed a bill banning dilation and evacuation abortions after the 11th week of pregnancy except in medical emergencies.

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Kentucky Teachers Hope For Surge In Statehouse Elections Amid Pension Battle

By Committee To Re-Elect Sean Delahanty Category: 2018 election, All News, In The Media, Lousiville, Teachers, Updates Comments: No comment Tags: , , , , , , , ,
After Kentucky lawmakers made changes to pension benefits for state workers earlier this year, some candidates are hoping to ride a wave of anger from teachers and other public workers into the statehouse. There are at least 51 current and former educators running for seats in the legislature

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