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Capitol Solutions has the knowledge, experience and relationships to make sure your voice is heard by the right people, at the right time. The lobbyists at Capitol Solutions have a reputation for hard work, long hours and delivering clients the type of representation they deserve and pay for. When our clients’ bottom lines are on the line, Capitol Solutions is there. Not just when the lawmakers are in session, but 365 days a year.

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Getting the Job Done for More Than 30 Years

When you need help navigating the bureaucracies of government, Capitol Solutions has the knowledge and relationships to cut through the red tape and get you to the decision makers.

• Three Decades in State & National Politics

• Well-known and respected by both Democrats and Republicans

• A Proven Record of Positive Results

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First ‘mortality reviews’ shed little light on recent Churchill Downs horse deaths

Racing is over at Churchill Downs for the rest of this spring meet. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – The first mortality reviews of 12 horses that have died in recent weeks at Churchill Downs have returned with no evidence of improper medications or other health issues that could be directly linked to their deaths. The reviews…

Daviess County budget eliminates funds for performing arts center over drag controversy

The LGBTQ community and their advocates say they feel marginalized by a new budget approved by Daviess County Fiscal Court. Members gave final approval Thursday night to a $107 million spending plan for the fiscal year beginning July 1. The budget has drawn controversy because it eliminates county funding for Owensboro’s RiverPark Center. The performing…

Lexington’s urban service boundary set to expand under latest council decision

Lexington city leaders have votes to add 5,000 acres to the city’s urban service boundary, marking the first major shift in decades-long local debate. The Macarena was the ubiquitous dance trend, Nintendo 64 was released, and Independence Day topped the box office. It was 1996, the last time Lexington’s urban service boundary added new land.…