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Up to 5.7 Million Noncitizens Voted in Past Presidential Elections, Study Finds
June 22, 2017 from Daily Signal
As many as 5.7 million noncitizens voted in the 2008 election and potentially more voted in 2016, according to a new study by Just Facts,... Read More The post Up to 5.7 Million Noncitizens Voted in Past Presidential Elections, Study Finds appeared first on The Daily Signal.
University of Louisville Foundation fires former aide to ex-President Jim Ramsey
June 22, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Way-too-early look at 2019: Democratic and Republican benches for Secretary of State
June 22, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Kentucky Super Stars Leadership Academy working to develop skills of early childhood educators across the state
June 21, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Homeland Security: Russia Targeted 21 States in 2016, Changed No Votes
June 21, 2017 from Daily Signal
Russians hacked or attempted to hack into election systems in 21 states, Department of Homeland Security officials confirmed to a Senate panel Wednesday, but stressed... Read More The post Homeland Security: Russia Targeted 21 States in 2016, Changed No Votes appeared first on The Daily Signal.
The Left Spent at Least $32 Million on 4 Special Elections. And They Still Lost All of Them.
June 21, 2017 from Daily Signal
Sometimes, politics boils down to narratives. This was the case in Tuesday’s special election in Georgia, where Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff to... Read More The post The Left Spent at Least $32 Million on 4 Special Elections. And They Still Lost All of Them. appeared first on The Daily Signal.
Medical marijuana bill sponsor believes legislation has a better chance to pass in 2018
June 21, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
GE Appliances CEO steps down
June 21, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
State Auditor Harmon concludes that KFC Yum! Center project based on faulty financial projections
June 20, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Attorney General Beshear suing Gov. Bevin over executive order reorganizing education boards
June 20, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
In first official visit in Kentucky after shooting Paul says security will likely change
June 19, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Senate prepares to rush ACA replacement plan, Paul says process should be transparent
June 19, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Cabinet officials look to improve Kentucky's adoption process
June 19, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics
Could repurposing unemployment benefits help end poverty in Kentucky?
June 16, 2017 from CN2 Pure Politics


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Judge Strikes Down Ky Ethics Law
June 23, 2017 by Staff
Judicial activism happens on both sides aisle. Case in point was a recent ruling by a federal judge who struck down Kentucky's legislative ethics law. It prevented lobbyists from donating to a candidates campaign. In fact, they couldn't even buy them lunch. It was one of the strictest laws in the nation, and the result of a scandal where several legislators were caught taking bribes ...
Lawsuit Seeks to Legalize Medical Marijuana
June 22, 2017 by Staff
Kentucky is being sued over its ban on medical marijuana. The plaintiffs claim that their privacy rights are being violated and that they should be free of what they say is the "arbitrary power” of the state over their “lives, liberty and property.” So far, 29 states allow pot to be used as medicine. Two things need to be said. First, the science must support their cla...
Play Depicting Trump as Caesar Stirs Controversy
June 21, 2017 by Staff
The New York Public Theater is finding itself in hot water over its modernized version of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar." This play opened to the public last week and it depicts Pres. Donald Trump as Caesar. But instead of a Roman robe, he's wearing a suit and tie and is brutally stabbed by women and minorities. This was so offensive that major corporate sponsors Delta Airli...
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