(P)lenty of Kentuckians want to diversify the state’s energy mix to save money and create jobs.
As Kentucky regulators and utilities are pushing to loosen regulations on the state’s coal ash ponds and landfills, more pollution problems are emerging at one of the sites in central Kentucky.
When residents are empowered, we can do things like keep unwanted polluting industries out of our neighborhood or use local zoning laws to make sure development is consistent with land use plans and neighborhood goals.
When residents are successful, sometimes there’s a backlash, and that’s why House Bill 72 was filed.
Chambers of commerce support bill altering Kentucky wage and hour laws; labor attorneys call it an attack on workers’ rights
"Mind-blowing" Senate Bill 237 is designed to allow employers to withhold wages without the written consent of employees, and limit the ability of some workers to receive overtime pay, rest and lunch periods, and a minimum wage – in addition to lowering the potential amount of damages an employer could be fined for viola