The 2020 Kentucky General Assembly is expected to be asked to keep the hands of time from jumping ahead or back one hour. Legislation has been pre-filed to stop a traditional spring and fall time change.
Kentucky League of Women Voters President Fran Wagner believes more can be done at all levels of government to help boost voter participation. Wagner participated in a national league event this past weekend in Washington.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents has adopted a $351 million budget that puts the school’s pension contribution rate at 49%. Without state legislative action, that obligation would go to 84% come July.
In less than a month, Kentucky restaurants and other organizations in the food serving business will be required to abide by a revised state food code. A representative of retail food establishments believes more could be done to produce seamless regulation statewide.
Officials with the U.S. Army and the contractor responsible for destroying chemical weapons stored at the Blue Grass Army Depot are sounding the “go ahead” for disposing of more than 500 tons of munitions.