Major changes whipsaw Kentucky Medicaid in recent weeks

by Deborah Yetter, Louisville Courier Journal – Arrested ICE protestors yell from Louisville police van as one supporter yells with themMatt Stone, Louisville Courier Journal Kentucky’s Medicaid program has undergone several major changes in recent weeks, confusing health providers and some of the 1.4 million Kentuckians covered by the government health plan. Here’s a look at the…

Former House candidate defends Democratic socialism, explains why Democrats should not listen to James Comey

by Nick Storm – Former 35th Dist. Democratic state House candidate Richard Becker says he found many on the campaign trail open to policies trending towards Democratic socialism. Becker came in second in a three-way Democratic primary for the seat currently held by Rep. Jim Wayne, D-Louisville. He penned a first person account of his experiences…

House members, including NKY’s Dennis Keene, plan to clarify nonprofit sales tax portion of new law

By Tom Latek Kentucky Today Some tweaking may be made next year to changes enacted during the 2018 legislative session to Kentucky’s sales tax laws. House Speaker Pro Tem David Osborne, R-Prospect, will propose legislation that would return a sales tax exemption on the purchase of admission tickets sponsored by any non-profit, charitable or religious organization.…