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Analysis Reveals 'Rotten, Un-American Giveaway' GOP Buried in COVID-19 Relief Package to Overwhelmingly Benefit Millionaires

A nonpartisan congressional body found that nearly 82% of benefits from a Republican tax provision in the most recent coronavirus relief package will go to the nation's millionaires and billionaires and cost taxpayers an estimated $90 billion this year alone.

KFTC’s New Power PAC endorses Charles Booker in Democratic primary for U.S. Senate

With enthusiasm for a candidate whose values and vision align with theirs, Kentuckians For The Commonwealth’s New Power PAC has announced it endorses Charles Booker in the Democratic primary for the U.S Senate.

Media campaign pushes Congress to act on RECLAIM Act and black lung fund

In January, KFTC and several ally groups launched a paid media campaign – including 10 billboards plus radio, newspaper and digital ads in central and eastern Kentucky – calling on members of Congress to stand up for coal miners and communities by passing a package of Just Transition bills in 2020.

SNAP benefits help people stay out of poverty. We should expand, not curtail them.

Food brings us together and creates the conditions to be healthy and happy. As we give thanks this season, let’s ensure all Kentuckians can put food on the table with the help of one of the best hunger-fighting, poverty-reducing, health-improving tools we have.

Disastrous Disconnect: Coal, climate and catastrophe In Kentucky

Flash floods have troubled Kentucky for decades. Now, extreme rainstorms are worsening with climate change, increasing the odds of more disasters like the one Bentley’s community endured. For Kentucky’s poorest residents, the people living in flood-prone hollows with surface mines nearby, that means an ever-present threat to both life and hard-won possessions.

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