- By Guest Author | Posted on January 11, 2019
By Jim Waters Sen. Danny Carroll gave new meaning during the first week of the General Assembly to the adage “better late than never” by pulling a bill he presented as protecting the personal information of law enforcement officers, judges, social service professionals and...
- By Guest Author | Posted on January 10, 2019
By Dan Mann, Candace McGraw and Eric Frankl As leaders of Kentucky’s three largest commercial service airports, we understand that infrastructure investment is critical to our state’s continued economic success. Our airports are critical infrastructure assets to Kentucky, supporting more than 100,000 jobs and creating...
- By Guest Author | Posted on December 17, 2018
By Jason Dunn Starting Jan. 1, most adults covered by Medicaid will be required to pay a copayment for most Medicaid-covered services. It’s a policy in search of a constituency, and Kentuckians deserve to know why. First, some of the basics. The copays will...
- By Guest Author | Posted on December 13, 2018
By Dave Adkisson and Jason Bailey Kentucky’s skyrocketing incarceration trend lines are bringing worry lines to legislators’ faces in Frankfort. There is, however, a growing consensus and hope among various stakeholder groups, including jailers, the chief justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court, civil rights...
- By Guest Author | Posted on December 6, 2018
It is vital we address the challenges facing people who are homeless. This is not an easy task; there is no quick fix. Homelessness is a complex issue.
- By Guest Author | Posted on December 4, 2018
A radical and punishing rule change proposed by President Donald Trump’s administration would harm immigrant families in Kentucky and across the country.
- By Guest Author | Posted on November 21, 2018
Decisions about Louisville’s fate should be made by bringing the best of all parties to bear, otherwise the city will “develop” (i.e., change) but not prosper (i.e., thrive).
- By Guest Author | Posted on November 7, 2018
As we observe Veterans Day, let's recognize a bronze plaque in the state Capitol that calls attention to Kentucky’s 60 Medal of Honor recipients.
- By Guest Author | Posted on November 3, 2018
By Mayor Greg Fischer Our job at Metro Government is to make it possible for everyone in Louisville to have an opportunity to realize their full human potential — and a strong economy is critical to creating those opportunities. There is much to celebrate...
- By Guest Author | Posted on November 1, 2018
Creating Citizens for Better School Boards would be a challenge, but with leadership from veteran educators and civic leaders with volunteer experience in public education, it shouldn’t be that difficult to develop.