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A People's Guide to Planning

City planning and zoning processes can be a driving force in advancing racial, environmental, and economic justice and are an important avenue for expressing our vision for our future.

Sign-on letter to Congress calling for transformation of rural electric cooperatives

On February 23, 2021, a letter signed by 100 organizations - including KFTC - was sent to members of Congress, urging support for a 7-part platform of policies to transform rural electric cooperatives and the communities they serve. KFTC and Mountain Association are founding members of the Rural Power Coalition, which drafted and circulated the sign-on letter. 

KFTC Statement on COVID Relief Bill

Kentuckians Urge Relief and a Fundamental Reshaping of Our Economy

A statement from Kentuckians For The Commonwealth as House COVID Relief plan advances 

February 23, 2021

Redistricting Handout Feb 2021

Redistricting Handout Feb 2021

Transition to Renewable Energy Accelerates While Kentucky Municipal Utilities Weigh New Fossil Fuel Investments

An op-ed by KFTC member and Apogee - Climate and Energy Transitions Director Andy McDonald, about why the Kentucky Municipal Energy Agency (KYMEA) should consider investments in renewable energy over fossil fuels during their Integrated Resource Plan process.

Fact Sheet about Impact of Heroes Act on Kentucky

This summary was prepared by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities to inform people about the impact of the Heroes Act (HR 6800) on people and communities in Kentucky. The Heroes Act was passed by the US House in June of 2020 and contains many provisions to provide robust federal aid to people, workers, states, local governments, and local and state boards of election.

June 2020 Primary Election Ballot graphic

Graphic illustration of process for requesting and voting by amil-in absentee ballot.

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Voter Registration Sign 2020 June primary

Voter Registration Sign for the 2020 Primary updated with the June 23 election date.

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