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Gov. Matt Bevin says the judge who struck down Kentucky’s pension law is "not a very competent attorney," predicting that the ruling will be overturned because the legislation "doesn’t do much."

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Kentucky's Republican governor says the judge who struck down a pension law he signed is terrible at his job and makes decisions based on politics.

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A judge has struck down changes made to Kentucky’s pension systems earlier this year, ruling that lawmakers violated the state constitution by rushing the bill to passage in a matter of hours.


 A federal judge could decide this week if Kentucky can move forward with changes to its Medicaid program. 

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A social-justice organization is requesting a copy of a rule mentioned by a police officer when its members were denied group access into Kentucky's Capitol following an outdoor rally.

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Kentucky Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr. has denied a request by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin to disqualify a judge from ruling on a lawsuit challenging the legality of a bill that overhauls the state's pension system.

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Kentucky Republicans aren’t all on the same page when it comes to a potential state takeover of Louisville’s public school system.

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Kentucky's Republican governor is partnering with a former Democratic congressman to help implement the nation's first work requirements for Medicaid.

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Gov. Matt Bevin has launched a pilot program that will give high school graduates paid apprenticeships in Kentucky’s social services offices across the state.

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This week in Kentucky politics, Gov. Matt Bevin weighed in on the potential state takeover of Louisville’s public school system; the leader of Kentucky’s House of Representatives called for an investigation into a statewide broadband internet project; and a Republican state Representative abruptly dropped out of her re-election campaign, saying that this year’s legislative session was the “nastiest” in history.