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Today's Opinions

  • Be an advocate for education

    By Dr. Chris Howlett

  • Letters to the Editor - March 2, 2016

    Trump is a bully
    Say goodbye to everything that makes America great and keeps our democracy working if Trump is elected. I refuse to believe that a majority of Americans could be fooled by a con artist, bully and a fascist. Oh, and Trump is unqualified to be president of anything. He’s filed bankruptcy many times and exploited his employees and committed fraud via Trump “University.” He’s an ugly, hateful American who will destroy what’s left of middle class and democracy.
    Elizabeth Wallen
    Springfield

  • Letters to the Editor - March 2, 2016

    Trump is a bully
    Say goodbye to everything that makes America great and keeps our democracy working if Trump is elected. I refuse to believe that a majority of Americans could be fooled by a con artist, bully and a fascist. Oh, and Trump is unqualified to be president of anything. He’s filed bankruptcy many times and exploited his employees and committed fraud via Trump “University.” He’s an ugly, hateful American who will destroy what’s left of middle class and democracy.
    Elizabeth Wallen
    Springfield

  • Senate Bill 1 devalues the arts

    By Susan Crum-Cox
    Artist/educator
    Lebanon

    I appreciate Senator Higdon’s column last week regarding Kentucky Senate Bill 1, and the impact this bill will have on education in our community.   
    One of the lesser known aspects of Senate Bill 1 affects the visual and performing arts courses offered in this county and across the state.  

  • Senate Bill 1 devalues the arts

    By Susan Crum-Cox
    Artist/educator
    Lebanon

    I appreciate Senator Higdon’s column last week regarding Kentucky Senate Bill 1, and the impact this bill will have on education in our community.   
    One of the lesser known aspects of Senate Bill 1 affects the visual and performing arts courses offered in this county and across the state.  

  • SB 43 would create death benefits for EMS personnel killed in the line of duty

    As the Senate eagerly awaits a budget proposal from the House of Representatives, we are busy passing bills both out of committee and out of the Senate to send to our House colleagues during the eighth week of the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly.

  • SB 43 would create death benefits for EMS personnel killed in the line of duty

    As the Senate eagerly awaits a budget proposal from the House of Representatives, we are busy passing bills both out of committee and out of the Senate to send to our House colleagues during the eighth week of the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly.

  • Bills that promote public safety, consumer protection pass House

    When it comes to the public’s safety and well being, consumer protection may not always grab the headlines, but that doesn’t diminish its importance.
    It was the key theme last week in the Kentucky House, which moved forward not one but four bills touching on this issue.