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Thanks to federal pandemic aid that helped keep Kentucky residents and businesses afloat, Kentucky ended 2021 with a substantial revenue surplus, and currently expects another large surplus in the summer of 2022.

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Americans deeply value their First Amendment rights to freely worship and to freely voice their views, but we are deeply divided on how to apply and regulate those freedoms, a newly released survey discloses.

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During my inaugural address, held on the Capitol steps in Frankfort less than two years ago, I said advanced manufacturing was an area where Kentucky was “poised to be a national leader — if we have the vision and the will to be bold.”

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The Census Bureau has just issued its latest annual report, “Income and Poverty in the United States: 2020,” and American Enterprise Institute economist and blogger Mark Perry has extracted and summarized its highlights, as he does every year.