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Kentucky families are benefitting from the most extraordinary policy change to address child poverty in many decades — payments of up to $300 per child, per month to help ease the costs of raising kids.

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The COVID-19 pandemic caused significant financial turmoil for many Kentucky families. Thousands of mothers were forced to leave the workforce to tend to children out of school. Restrictions on businesses resulted in some people working fewer hours or losing their jobs altogether. Many conti…

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I recently was invited to speak to a group of concerned citizens in Northern Kentucky about a “Fairness” ordinance introduced by their city council and how best to defeat this proposal. The problem with these ordinances is they’re often used as a tool to violate the conscience and religious …

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The issue of changing the grading scale used by Elizabethtown Independent Schools resurfaces every few years. I have been on the board of education for almost nine years and I believe this is the third time parents have brought this issue before the board.