Kentucky Politics Distilled: Big Bills Start Moving, Bevin Fulfills Pledges
This week, state lawmakers began considering controversial bills, while Gov. Matt Bevin fulfilled big campaign promises on health care and the racial makeup of the University of Louisville Board of Trustees.
In the second edition of Kentucky Politics Distilled, we consider Week 2 of the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly session. Here's a breakdown of the goings on in Frankfort.
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- Bevin Notifies Federal Government He’ll Dismantle Kynect
- Bill Requiring In-Person Doctor Visit Before Abortion Advances In Kentucky Senate
- Bevin Ends Predecessor’s Effort To Dismiss U of L Lawsuit
- Budget, Labor Bills on the Menu in Frankfort
(Image of House Republican Leader Jeff Hoover via the Legislative Research Commission)