Governor Matt Bevin

Ryland Barton

Gov. Matt Bevin and Republican state lawmakers lashed out at the Kentucky Supreme Court after it struck down the controversial pension bill that passed into law earlier this year.

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Kentucky's chief of information technology delved into changes he's made to the office he oversees, but he wasn't asked by state lawmakers on Thursday about the $215,000 salary increase he received this year from Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.

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Gov. Matt Bevin has requested an emergency disaster declaration for Kentucky farmers after September’s severe storms battered Kentucky agriculture marring the quality and the yield for this season’s crops.

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After Kentucky lawmakers made changes to pension benefits for state workers earlier this year, some candidates are hoping to ride a wave of anger from teachers and other public workers into the statehouse.

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Governor Matt Bevin is holding a set of community forums in west Kentucky next week. 

Bevin is visiting Muhlenberg County on Monday to discuss economic development and other initiatives.

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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin answered questions from Ballard County residents Thursday at a Town Hall meeting in Kevil. 

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Gov. Matt Bevin romanticized the harsh labor practice of indentured servitude during an event promoting Kentucky’s apprenticeship program to business leaders on Monday.

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Gov. Matt Bevin says former University of Louisville men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino is blaming everyone but himself for recent scandals at the university that led to his firing last year.

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Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration could eliminate Kentucky's expanded Medicaid program to avoid a $300 million shortfall.

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  Kentucky officials on Monday heard from the public on proposed state regulations that would go into effect if the federal government approves controversial Medicaid changes, also known as Kentucky HEALTH.

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