Late Capitolism: Abortion Day, Bevin locks out Capitol press, Edu bills fast-tracked

Abortion Day It happens every year in the Capitol. But this year, with other state’s anti-abortion laws rushing up the judicial ladder, Kentucky lawmakers are taking the “spray and pray” approach, sending several measures out into the legislature in a bid to get at least one passed. After striking out… Continue reading

Late Capitolism: EPA regional head resigns, Beshear sues 9th opioid manu

KYGA19 prefiles roll in – Restoring voting rights to felons, repealing parts of workers’ comp law, and a bill allowing discrimination to smokers are all among new bills to be prefiled. [Pure Politics] WKU enrollment still dropping – Reported a four percent decrease in total enrollment, according to the Fall… Continue reading

Battle ground to common ground: Louisville vet works to bridge communities a world apart

When Aaron Spalding arrived at the downtown branch of the Louisville Public Library on Thursday, he didn’t expect to be called a neo-Nazi. But that’s exactly what happened when the medically retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant arrived with his buddy Ilya Chernyavskia to a meeting of the Louisville chapter of Showing Up for Racial… Continue reading