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  • Grimes asks for full hearing in Arnold ethics caseThe Courier-JournalAlison Lundergan Grimes called for the Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission to reconsider the acquittal of former state Rep. John Arnold of ethics violations after he was accused of sexually harassing three state workers. The Democrat's statement ...and more »

  • Taxes, minimum wage top issues in NovemberChron.comFILE - In this Jan. 10, 2013 file photo, Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, left, Gov. Steve Beshear, center, and University of Kentucky President Dr. Eli Capilouto, right, laugh during a news conference at the state Capitol in ...and more »

  • The RepublicParty leaders say taxes, minimum wage top issues in November electionsThe Republic10, 2013 file photo, Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, left, Gov. Steve Beshear, center, and University of Kentucky President Dr. Eli Capilouto, right, laugh during a news conference at the state Capitol in Frankfort, Ky. House and ...

  • Ky. speaker: Hacker tweeted anti-McConnell remarksThe Courier-JournalKentucky's House speaker says someone hacked into his Twitter account to post inflammatory comments about U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Democratic Speaker Greg Stumbo took to Twitter to distance himself from the criticism directed at ...and more »

  • Readers on pipeline, other topicsThe Courier-JournalJust below this editorial, Bob Heleringer, former representative in the Kentucky legislature, crackled with the righteous anger all citizens should feel at former representative John Arnold's acquittal of molestations and assaults on female staffers ...

  • Legislative leaders split on need for special sessionState-Journal.com“I would caution that with annual sessions that the call for a special session should really be … something that needs to be addressed … that can't wait any longer,” said Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg. Beshear recognized that a number of “worthy bills” don ...and more »

  • Business LexingtonHeroin 'epidemic' could bring state legislators back to FrankfortState-Journal.com“When you think about the loss of life and then compound that with the loss of productivity, the heartache, the pain on individuals in and around Northern Kentucky — much less the entire state — yes I would think it would deserve a special session ...Heroin bill's death sparks outrageCincinnati.comBeshear undecided on special session on heroinThe Courier-Journalall 334 news articles »

  • Road plan may be cause for special sessionState-Journal.comHouse Speaker Greg Stumbo chastised the Senate for scheduling a dinner at the Frankfort Country Club to honor retiring members while Senate President Robert Stivers said lawmakers in his chamber had been prepared to work during the two-week veto recess ...

  • Smith brothers' convictions upheld in Ky.-based oil and gas drilling scamLexington Herald LeaderThe U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that prosecutors presented enough evidence to back their contention that 53-year-old Christopher Cello Smith of Prestonsburg, Ky., and 58-year-old Michael D. Smith of Cookeville, Tenn., defrauded ...and more »

  • Win tickets to see Pete Rose in PrestonsburgWKYTPRESTONSBURG, Ky. (WYMT) - Major League Baseball's all-time hits leader and former Cincinnati Red Pete Rose will be coming to Eastern Kentucky. On Saturday, April 12 Rose will be at the Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg, Kentucky for "4,192: An ...and more »

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