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When you and your family shop for local produce at your farmers’ market or grocery store this summer, what will you look for? A recent study found that most people look for produce without any blemishes. What happens to produce with a cosmetic blemish? At the Kentucky Department of Agricultu…

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The anticipated special session to tackle public pensions has come to a close, and the General Assembly has passed a new plan to provide relief for over 100 quasi-governmental agencies—including local health departments, regional universities, domestic violence shelters, mental health provid…

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This Friday, July 26, is a big day on multiple levels. It’s a milestone. One that I am proud of for my dad and one I am sure he is proud of too, aside from the shock that 25 years have passed.

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It’s just as legitimate for congressmen in the Capitol to consider the precedent proposed policies would establish in regard to future lawmaking as it for justices at the Supreme Court to contemplate how their decisions in current legal challenges will affect the way future cases get argued …

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We have some great news to share out of Frankfort as last week the state announced a budget surplus and new record for corporate investment in our commonwealth.

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While a central promise of President Trump’s campaign is coming to fruition in the construction of a barrier addressing illegal immigration along America’s porous border with Mexico, it was inspiring to join the commander-in-chief on Monday as he promoted tearing down imaginary walls between…

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Dominick Mellusi, a Florida Gulf Coast University undergraduate, wrote recently in a Students for Liberty publication that “most famous political figures are loved too much, as well as hated too much.”

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Childhood should be carefree. Every child deserves to feel safe, cared for and nurtured. This includes the nearly 10,000 Kentucky children in foster care and almost 100,000 in kinship care, a rate which is more than double the national average. They are not responsible for the circumstances …

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Amid the ongoing trade tensions, the White House issued a proclamation on May 17 with the conclusion that Toyota’s contributions to the economy along with other international automakers have reduced the market share of “American-owned” companies and thereby are a national security threat.

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When the Kentucky State Police released its 1,000-page plus report on the investigation into the death of suspected serial bank robber Edward Reynolds and the subsequent wounding of Scott County Deputy Jaime Morales, it naturally brought back a lot of emotions for everyone.

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June is Pride Month for the LGBTQ community and for all of us who support them. They are our loved ones, neighbors, co-workers and friends. They are Americans, entitled to the same freedoms and protection as their straight allies.  

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The epidemic of illegal drug abuse is one of the most difficult challenges facing our communities. Our region’s harrowing experience with opioids has been well documented and remains an ongoing struggle for those who are addicted and their families. Increasingly, the scourge of methamphetami…