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Bevin Budget Deals Out Statewide Cuts, Axes Programs

Gov. Matt Bevin unveiled a two-year budget proposal Tuesday night that delivers smaller-than-anticipated cuts to most state agencies while eliminating dozens of government programs in order to fully fund contributions to all state retirement systems.

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This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Katie Woodall, a senior at Whitman College in Washington state.  She coordinates the Men Making Meals program which pairs college students with elderly men in need of cooking lessons.  Studies show older men who don't cook for themselves are at a higher risk of social, psychological and physical challenges.

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Gov. Matt Bevin unveiled a two-year budget proposal Tuesday night that delivers smaller-than-anticipated cuts to most state agencies while eliminating dozens of government programs in order to fully fund contributions to all state retirement systems.

While schools and businesses closed today and most people stayed home today because of the snow, the Hyatt’s Patterson Ballroom was filled for Mayor Jim Gray’s State of the City Address.

How Sharp Will Bevin's Budget Axe Be Tonight?

Jan 16, 2018
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Ahead of Governor Matt Bevin's big budget speech to the General Assembly we talk with the Kentucky Gazette's Laura Cullen Glasscock about what the Republican might do in absence of any additional revenue.

Kentucky's Attorney General Touts New Website

Jan 16, 2018

Kentucky's attorney general says his office has a new website to enhance access for people seeking information and services from the office.

Anti-Hunger Efforts Underway In Kentucky

Jan 16, 2018

The McConnell Center at the University of Louisville is starting its latest lecture series with a discussion about hunger in Kentucky.

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Kentucky became the first state to require many of its Medicaid recipients to work to receive coverage, part of an unprecedented change to the nation's largest health insurance program under the Trump administration.

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Kentucky voters would eventually choose their governors at the same time they vote for president under a proposed constitutional amendment that has cleared the state Senate.

Kentucky Office of Secretary of State

Supporters of legalizing medical marijuana in Kentucky touted its potential on Thursday as a viable alternative to ease the state's addiction woes from opioid painkillers.  Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes joined other advocates at a state Capitol event to promote a medical marijuana legalization bill introduced this week in the state House.

Ball Wants To End Her Office's Reliance On Taxpayer Funds

Jan 11, 2018
Office of Kentucky Treasurer

Kentucky state Treasurer Allison Ball is supporting a bill aimed at ending her office's reliance on taxpayer money.

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