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Possibly one of the most important fights of this new century is being waged in the halls of Congress, in state houses across the nation and, with lesser significance, on social media. The question is about voter accessibility and who has the right to determine it.

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We’ve witnessed a modern, medical miracle over the last 12 months. Multiple safe and highly effective COVID-19 vaccines are helping Kentuckians put the pain and worry of the past year behind us. These doses are filled with hope and optimism, and I urge every eligible Kentuckian to get their …

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When the pandemic brought everything to a screeching halt, it brought with it a sudden loss of stability and control, isolation and helplessness. The world as we knew it was no longer the one we lived in. Over the past year, we had to figure what it means to live our lives now. People began …

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Nearly one in two women (47 percent) and one in five men (19.6 percent) in Kentucky are sexually victimized at some point in their lives. These numbers, published in 2010 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, paint a very concerning picture for the Bluegrass state.

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February’s bitterly cold temperatures, pushing deep into the southern U.S. and persisting for days, severely tested Texas’ electric infrastructure, exposing weaknesses and providing valuable lessons about reliability.