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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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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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Tragic death of Kentucky boy brings attention to subject of organ donation

By Mariah Congedo LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – The tragic death of a young Kentucky boy has brought attention to the subject of organ donation. The Fayette County Coroner’s Office says 8-year-old Eli Hill was killed in a freak accident Monday while playing basketball at his home in Corbin. His parents say they made the decision to donate his…

Central Kentucky health officials spread word about dangers of household items and drugs to young children

WEKU | By John McGary In 1961, Congress designated the third week of March as National Poison Prevention Week. Area agencies are spreading the word about the danger of household items and drugs, prescription or otherwise, to young children. Sherri Hannan is a nurse at the Kentucky Children’s Hospital and coordinator for the Safe Kids Fayette…

Kentuckians with Medicaid won’t automatically keep their benefits starting in April

Louisville Public Media | By Morgan Watkins Wikimedia Commons / LPM Congress approved a change in federal law that will require Kentucky officials to resume verifying people’s eligibility before renewing their Medicaid benefits. That process begins next month. The main thing people with Medicaid coverage can do to prepare for the change is update their contact…