Gov. Matt Bevin


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.

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Kentucky's Republican governor is urging the state's highest court to rule in favor of a company whose owner refused to print T-shirts for a gay rights festival because of his Christian beliefs.

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Kentucky became the first state with a work requirement for Medicaid, and now it has to do something arguably more daring: Build a mobile-friendly website that works.

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The wife of the appraiser whose estimate was key to Gov. Matt Bevin's successful appeal of his house's property tax value has landed a state job with a $90,000 salary.

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Dentist Garth Bobrowski gives away thousands of dollars in free dental care for patients who can’t afford it in his small town of Greensburg, Kentucky.

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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.

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Gov. Matt Bevin has announced a new website for Kentuckians to find help for drug addiction and search for treatment centers.

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After weeks of behind-the-scenes work, Republican leaders in Kentucky sounded upbeat Friday about the prospects of overhauling one of the country's worst-funded state pension systems.

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin’s office has launched a new website to connect individuals to substance use disorder treatment centers. 


Forty current or retired educators are running to become state lawmakers this year as leaders of the legislature and Gov. Matt Bevin consider cuts to public education and an overhaul of the state’s pension systems.