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Topic - Steve Beshear
Key Obamacare architects said Tuesday political headwinds will not deter them from promoting the controversial health law in its second year, casting the reforms as a private matter for American families even though it remains the centerpiece of partisan struggles on Capitol Hill.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear told Obamacare supporters on Tuesday his state rolled out one of the nation's most successful health exchanges by keeping things simple and not letting political winds knock them off course.
A former Catholic priest dying of cancer was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison for sexually abusing a teenage boy at a church, with a judge saying it was time for the former clergyman to "face the consequences."
Veterans advocate and former Miss America Heather French Henry has been appointed commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul favors repealing the Affordable Care Act but said Friday he doesn't know if rescinding the federal law would affect the 421,000 Kentuckians who are insured through state's exchange.
Kentucky's industrial hemp commission on Tuesday approved regulations setting guidelines for research projects that are meant to reintroduce the crop but are being stalled by a legal fight over distribution of seeds.
Kentucky Public Protection Secretary Bob Vance says he will retire effective May 31.
Plans are underway to restore and reopen the Charles Medley Distillery in western Kentucky.
Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway announced his candidacy for governor on Tuesday, vowing to continue Kentucky's version of the Affordable Care Act, lauded as a national model by some and decried by others as an overreach of executive powers.
Before the Kentucky Derby contenders sprint from the starting gates, the crowd at Churchill Downs will hand over millions of dollars at betting windows. Gamblers lucky enough to pick the right colts, thanks to homework or hunches, will be getting a little less back on those winning tickets.
Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear said he likely would not call the Legislature back for a special session as House and Senate leaders continue to blame each other for not passing bills combating heroin use and overhauling state ethics laws.
Some state mine safety workers could lose their jobs after the state Legislature cut the Office of Mine Safety and Licensing's budget.
Gov. Steve Beshear will pay a visit to a Richmond school for the ceremonial signing of a bill that the students played a role in.
Airport officials in Bowling Green are still aiming to lure a commercial airline to the field even though the facility lost out on funds that would have moved them closer to the goal.
Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear has signed into law a $4.1 billion road construction plan that does not include a gas tax increase.
The son of Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear announced Monday he has raised $1.1 million, including $880,000 in the first quarter of 2014.
Beshear said he is pushing legislators to include the money before it adjourns for the year on April 15.