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Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, was among the legislative leaders from at least six states who took part in a controversial trip to London last summer with lobbyists, according to the Republican organization that says it paid for attendees' travel expenses.
Councilwoman Julie Denton has made over $100,000 lobbying the state legislature since the beginning of last year, and was involved in negotiating a lucrative contract with suburban fire districts just before she sponsored and voted for an ordinance buying one district a new vehicle.
Metro Government unveiled a plan for a redesign of Baxter Avenue and Bardstown Road at a public meeting. The calls for a number of changes aimed at improving traffic and pedestrian safety along the Baxter/Bardstown corridor.
Beshear's office filed the lawsuit against pharmaceutical manufacturer Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries over an allegedly deceptive marketing scheme pushing their opioid drugs as safer and rarely addictive, arguing that this "fueled" the state's deadly opioid epidemic.
Gov. Matt Bevin chose Regina Stivers, the wife of Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers, to lead the state’s Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet Tuesday after announcing that current tourism Secretary Don Parkinson will take the top spot at the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.
Gov. Bevin said he would leave the job status of Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt in the hands of his Kentucky Board of Education appointees, in addition to further explaining his controversial "guarantee" on Friday that students were sexually assaulted while left at home during school closures.