Legislative Research Commission

Former Nevada Secretary Of Senate Picked To Lead Ky. LRC

Sep 10, 2015
Kentucky Forward

Kentucky's legislative leaders have chosen the former Nevada Secretary of the Senate as the next director of the Legislative Research Commission.  David A. Byerman will earn $135,000 a year as the director of the agency that assists lawmakers in drafting and researching legislation.

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The Republican candidate for governor is hoping to saddle Democrats with the blame for the recent six-figure settlement reached between the Legislative Research Commission and former staffers who accused a lawmaker of sexual harassment.

Lawmakers Begin Search For LRC Director

Jun 3, 2015
LRC Public Information

State lawmakers have agreed to spend up to $25,000 to search for a new director of the Legislative Research Commission.

Josh James / WUKY

Lawmakers are at loggerheads over how to proceed with the search for a new Legislative Research Commission director.

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Members of the Legislative Research Commission and chamber leadership are scheduled to meet Wednesday to discuss a search committee for the commission’s next director.

Report Details LRC Management Problems

Jan 28, 2015
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A performance audit of the Legislative Research Commission has blamed poor staff morale on outdated management practices, a lack of communication and decision-making that isn't transparent.

Stumbo To Push For Release Of LRC Audit Report

Jan 24, 2015
Legislative Research Commission

Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo says he will push for the release of a nine-month-old performance audit of the Legislative Research Commission.  Stumbo said Friday that he's asking LRC leaders in the House and Senate to put the audit's release on the agenda for their Feb. 4 meeting.

Ethics Hearing Postponed In Sexual Harassment Case

Feb 25, 2014

There's a new twist in a long-running sexual harassment probe at the state capitol in Frankfort.


It took a group of Kentucky student activists to unearth a discriminatory policy that’s been practiced in Frankfort for more than a decade.