heroin Stivers Looks For Bipartisanship On Anti-Heroin Bill By Associated Press • Dec 11, 2014 Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers says he hopes bills to combat heroin abuse and encourage investments by telecommunications companies can win bipartisan support in next year's General Assembly session. Bill Would Let Overdose Victims Avoid Prosecution By Associated Press • Nov 21, 2014 As promised State Republican Lawmakers have unveiled anti-heroin measures they'll push in the next legislative session. 3 Ky. Lawmakers Proposing Heroin Epidemic Bills By Associated Press • Oct 30, 2014 A trio of lawmakers are pushing measures to combat heroin use in advance of the 2015 legislative session after seeing similar bills die this year. Heroin Bill Likely On The Docket Again In 2015 By Josh James • Oct 17, 2014 State Republican leaders plan to press for anti-heroin legislation again in the upcoming 2015 session. Lawmakers Work To Restart Heroin Bill By Josh James • Sep 11, 2014 A heroin bill failed to clear Kentucky’s General Assembly this year, but a small group of lawmakers is working to resurrect the legislation. City Officials: No Rise In Enhanced Heroin By Josh James • Jul 7, 2014 Data show heroin deaths in the city are down so far this year, but usage trends are still worrying Lexington officials. General Assembly Ends Session Without Rupp Funding, Heroin Bill By Josh James • Apr 16, 2014 Josh James / WUKY The final hours of the 2014 legislative session were largely consumed by an ill-fated push to approve anti-heroin legislation. Heroin Bill Up Against The Clock By Josh James • Mar 26, 2014 A bill aimed at combating Kentucky’s growing heroin problem is headed to the state House floor, but time is running out to pass it. Officials Warn Of New Enhanced Heroin By Josh James • Mar 3, 2014 Lexington emergency officials say they’re concerned that more fatal forms of heroin may gain a foothold in the city. Heroin Bill Moves Swiftly Through Senate By Josh James • Jan 16, 2014 A bill aimed at curbing the rise of heroin use in the state sailed through the Senate Thursday.