Drug-dependent babies born in Kentucky could automatically be labeled a "abused or neglected child," a change that would require state officials to investigate and begin the process of terminating parental rights.
Members of the Kentucky House and Senate are expected to see a new public employee pension reform bill this week. It’s likely to be quite different from the proposal offered by Gov. Matt Bevin and GOP leaders last fall.
A bill aimed at blocking Gov. Matt Bevin's administration from ending liquor license quotas in Kentucky has been advanced by a Senate committee. The bill would put regulatory limits on the number of liquor licenses into state law.
A new report said Kentucky’s per-pupil education funding has actually decreased over an eight-year period when inflation is taken into account. An analysis by the Council for Better Education shows inflation-adjusted state funding decreased by nearly 500-dollars per-pupil from 2008 to 2016.