Attorney General Daniel Cameron

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  Racial justice protesters marched outside Churchill Downs on Saturday in protest of the Kentucky Derby and the continued unjust killings of Black people at the hands of police.

Daniel Cameron

Kentucky will receive more than $10 million as a part of a multistate settlement against a global pharmaceutical distributor for allegedly improperly marketing and distributing opioid addiction recovery medication. A $300 million dollar multistate settlement against Indivior said they sold the meditation resulting in a misuse of state Medicaid funds.

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  Gov. Andy Beshear signed 29 more bills into law on Thursday, including a measure doing away with Kentucky’s automatic transfer law, which requires minors to be tried in adult court if they are charged with gun-related crimes.

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A panel of lawmakers voted to dismiss petitions to impeach Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear and Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron on Tuesday, though the final decision lies with the full Kentucky House of Representatives.

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The Republican committee reviewing impeachment petitions against Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear has dismissed two of the cases but is still asking the governor to respond to one of them.

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  Gov. Andy Beshear is asking a court to block three new Kentucky laws that limit his emergency powers during the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Republican-led Kentucky General Assembly will return to work on Tuesday after a three-week respite in this year’s legislative session.

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The impeachment petition filed against Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear continues to drag through the legislative process while petitions against Republican officials haven’t been heard yet.

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  The Kentucky legislative committee reviewing impeachment petitions against Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear and Republican State Rep. Robert Goforth will meet this afternoon.

Stephanie Wolf

It’s been almost three months since the grand jury heard evidence in the Breonna Taylor case, one of the most highly publicized police killings in 2020. Three of the jurors say they still live with it every day.

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