Planned Parenthood has issued a statement on Kentucky’s controversial new law that bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected, about six weeks. Planned Parenthood advocates said may be too early for many women to even know they are pregnant.
Kentucky Congressman and Chairman of the House Budget Committee John Yarmuth opened Tuesday’s hearing with the Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Russell Vought with some harsh remarks about President Donald Trump’s 2020 budget proposal.
We run a lean government. Among peer cities, we have the fourth lowest ratio of city employees to population. Now, we’ve been hit by a large pension bill from the state, which is the main factor in a $65 million budget hole over the next four years.
The official national motto of the United States, “In God We Trust”, is on some license plates and on the money Americans use everyday. Now, lawmakers in Kentucky want that same motto to be displayed in all public schools across the commonwealth.
President Donald Trump proposed a record $4.7 trillion federal budget for 2020 on Monday, relying on optimistic 3.1 percent economic growth projections alongside accounting shuffles and steep domestic cuts to bring future spending into promised balance in 15 years.
Democrats launched a sweeping new probe of President Donald Trump on Monday, an aggressive investigation that threatens to shadow the president through the 2020 election season with inquiries into his White House, campaign and family businesses.
The 2019 Southern Kentucky Lincoln Day Dinner was held at the Augenstein Alumni Center on Western Kentucky’s campus Sunday. Members of the Warren County Republican Party gathered to remember and celebrate the history of the GOP.
Thursday’s passage comes despite the presence of thousands of teachers from across the Commonwealth who packed the Capitol to protest House Bill 525, which would impact the management of the state retirement system.
President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, said Tuesday that the American people can decide "exactly who is telling the truth" when he testifies Wednesday to the House Oversight and Reform committee.
Although many experts are skeptical Kim will give up the nuclear weapons he likely sees as his best guarantee of continued rule, there was a palpable, carnival-like excitement among many in Hanoi as the final preparations were made for the meeting.