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Episode 105 Special Episode on Kentucky Legislative Ethics

Record $20.8 M spent lobbying in Kentucky last year Lobbying spending in Kentucky hit an all-time high in 2016, with $20.8 million paid by businesses, organizations, and lobbyists pursuing their interests with the General Assembly reported the Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission in this month’s edition of Ethics Reporter. Most of the…


Episode 104 of The Kentucky Gazette Podcast

This is episode 103 of the Kentucky Gazette Podcast This episode we look at: What to expect from the rest of the 2017 session of the Kentucky General Assembly What Charter Schools might look like in Kentucky Kentucky GOP Congressman being targeted by the DCCC Gazette contributor and historian Ron Bryant on…


Episode 103 The Kentucky Gazette Podcast

This is episode 102 of the Kentucky Gazette Podcast This episode we look at: Senate takes first step to repeal ACA by Steven Porter In Notes & Quotes Reaction to Kentucky’s new Right to Work law Speakers Jeff Hoover’s address on the first day of the Kentucky General Assembly KET’s John Gregory’s…


Episode 102 Special Edition: First week of 2017 Session

This is a special edition of the podcast to cover the unprecedented action in the first week of the 2017 Kentucky General Assembly House Bill 1. HB 1, sponsored by House Speaker Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown, and Rep. Jim DeCesare, R-Bowling Green, would make Kentucky the nation’s 27th right-to-work state. Right-to-work…


Episode 101: The Kentucky Gazette Podcast

Our first regular episode looking at the issue of the Kentucky Gazette hitting newsstands and mailboxes this week. The episode looks at: Tax reform desired, but no plans yet some say special session next year may tackle pressing issue by Mike Maharrey. A Quick Look at Kentucky’s 30 New Lawmakers…