Carrol, the president of Easter Seals West Kentucky says, in business, decisions tend to be black or white. He says he’s quickly learning that in the legislative process, there are a lot of gray areas.
Many Kentucky lawmakers are probably a bit worn out after another late night session in Frankfort Wednesday. It's become a tradition for state legislators to work a long day right before the end of the session break.
Babies born in Kentucky would undergo a new medical screening under legislation approved in both Houses of the state legislature. The full House Tuesday unanimously approved the measure to begin testing newborns for Krabbe disease.
A proposed measure that would give more clarity in police disciplinary matters is moving through the Kentucky General Assembly. With just a few days left in this session, the House bill passed out of a senate committee Monday.