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Students, faculty and others who frequent the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center now have a marked one-mile path to get in some exercise. The Medical Mile was dedicated Tuesday with a ribbon cutting attended by Mayor Greg Fischer.
Citing a local and national shortage of forensic pathologists amid the dramatic rise of fatal overdoses and the opioid epidemic, the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet is partnering with UofL and UK to strengthen the state Medical Examiner's Office and improve the retainment of such doctors.
The University of Louisville has received a nearly $11.2 million federal grant to study the role of microorganisms in the body, from a bubonic-plague-causing bacteria called Y. pestis to microbes related to oral diseases, such as periodontitis.
Thousands of teachers made their way to Frankfort to demonstrate their displeasure with SB 151. It’s a legislative monster, one that walked into the legislature a sewage bill before ripping it’s skin off to reveal a pension bill with a whole lot of the failed SB 1 packed into it.
The eleventh-hour budget and tax bills passed by the Kentucky General Assembly on Monday creates a 6.25 percent cut in state funding for the University of Louisville, but the passage of additional pension legislation gives short-term budget relief to Louisville Metro Government and JCPS.
Kentucky passed its pension overhaul last night, says U.S. News and World Report. The 291-page bill emerged Thursday afternoon and passed along party lines of the Republican-controlled House and Senate by 10:30 p.m.