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A group of 43 public health scholars filed an amicus brief in support of the 15 Medicaid recipients suing the Trump administration for approving Kentucky's Medicaid waiver, claiming that between 175,00 to 300,000 beneficiaries could be dropped from coverage in its first year.
McConnell, who made the announcement Monday in Frankfort with Kentucky Agricultural Commissioner Ryan Quarles, said the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 would remove hemp from the list of controlled substances and legalize hemp as an agricultural commodity.
The Bevin administration will soon take advantage of a little-known provision of the new federal tax law to create "Opportunity Zones" in Louisville, which would give investors major tax incentives to steer capital gains into low-income areas.
Jefferson County Attorney Mike O'Connell sent a letter to the Department of Justice last week telling the federal agency to rescind its threat to subpoena documents and withhold grant funding, once again insisting Louisville's immigration ordinance complies with federal immigration law.
Traxler resigned as the director of the Louisville VA Medical Center effective Feb. 2, the same day that the VA proposed his removal from federal service for whistleblower retaliation, conduct unbecoming of a senior executive and lack of candor.
The Internal Revenue Service began accepting returns on Jan. 29 and has already paid some early filing taxpayers. The Kentucky revenue department will begin paying out return money no later than Feb. 26