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Kentuckians are hurting, but Sen. McConnell does nothing

Kentuckians are hurting from the triple whammy of long-term economic distress, the COVID-19 health crisis, and collapse of jobs and income due to the pandemic. According to a recent story in the Washington Post, 1/2 of all adults in Kentucky have lost some employment income since March, 1/4 of all Kentuckians say they do not get enough food to eat, and 1/3 of all Kentucky households struggle to pay the rent or mortgage. 

Yet Sen. Mitch McConnell, arguably the most powerful member of Congress, seems to have turned his back on the people he represents, and millions of people in the United States.

Power House Energy Efficiency Workshop - Floyd County

Flier: Powerhouse St Vincent Mission Floyd County

Receive a FREE energy efficiency kit ($25 value) and learn to lower your energy bills at this open-to-the-public workshop!

Resistance Training: Grassroots Lobbying and Nonviolent Direct Action

Join the northern Kentucky chapter of KFTC and others for a training on grassroots lobbying and the principles of nonviolent direct action! 

Grassroots Lobby Training

Join Rolling Bluegrass memebers for a grassroots lobby training! You can learn how a bill becomes law, practice lobbying, and learn about upcoming actions in Frankfort!

Out of Reach: Foreclosed, displaced and evicted from My Old Kentucky Home

The struggle for fair and affordable housing is a national one, taking hold across Kentucky. It’s a challenge that Kentuckians face on many levels.

Voter Empowerment Organizer Alexa Hatcher of the Southern Kentucky chapter shared how housing issues show up in KFTC’s work for a healthy democracy.

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