Late Capitolism: KSU must hand over harassment docs, Another water wait in Letcher Co

AG to KSU: Give Kernal the docs – Well done, watch-pups. The Kentucky Attorney General ruled that Kentucky State University must give investigative documents pertaining to alleged sexual misconduct by a university employee over to the Kernel. [Kentucky Kernal]

Work on getting water to prison faces year delay –  “Design work is moving ahead for a water treatment plant to serve the new federal prison project at Roxana, but construction will have to wait for up to a year. In an engineering report to the Letcher County Water and Sewer District, Alan Bowman of Bell Engineering told the board guidelines were established Oct. 26 to move the design phase.” [Mountain Eagle]

Radcliff opposes clerk’s closure – Characterizing its residents and businesses as being “appalled, shocked and dismayed at the arbitrary decision,” Radcliff City Council unanimously endorsed a resolution Tuesday critical of the closure of the county clerk’s annex. [News-Enterprise]

Groups continue challenging Medicaid work rules – “Three advocacy groups say they will continue their legal challenge to new rules requiring Kentucky’s Medicaid recipients to get a job, go to school or volunteer to keep their benefits. The federal government first approved the new rules in January. The National Health Law Program, Kentucky Equal Justice Center and Southern Poverty Law Center sued to block the rules. In June, a judge agreed with them, ordering the Trump administration to reconsider the proposal.” [AP]

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