Attorney General Russell Coleman

Attorney General Coleman OP-ED in Fox News: 'Our air is great, but Green New Deal is tough to swallow'

OP-ED by Kentucky Attorney General Russell Coleman

FRANKFORT, KY (March 19, 2024) – Attorney General Russell Coleman penned the following opinion column about the 24-state challenge his Office is leading with West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) punishing new air quality rule.

Secretary of State Michael G. Adams

Op-Ed: Need for Increased Civic Education in Kentucky

Kentucky can and should increase civic education

Opinion Editorial by Kentucky Secretary of State Michael G. Adams

The test results are in, and Kentucky is barely passing when it comes to civic health. Civic education is desperately needed in our schools, and our lawmakers need to act now to ensure our children will grow into adults capable of self-government.

OPINION: ‘The Money Is There’: Kentucky Together Coalition Calls on Lawmakers to Pass a Budget that Delivers


Op-Ed Contributor: Kentucky Center for Economic Policy

FRANKFORT, KY - In a press conference Tuesday, a coalition of Kentucky organizations called on state lawmakers to take advantage of billions of available dollars to pass a budget that delivers for the people of Kentucky. 

Top: Michael Kuduk and Shawn Jones - Lower: Nancy Galvagni and Delanor Manson

OPINION: New Voices for Vaccination Campaign Encourages Kentuckians to Take a Shot to Stay Healthy this Holiday Season

Contributors: Michael Kuduk, President of the Kentucky Medical Association, Shawn Jones, President of the Kentucky Foundation for Medical Care, Nancy Galvagni, CEO of the Kentucky Hospital Association and Delanor Manson, CEO of the Kentucky Nurses Association

Opinions of Contributors are soley theirs alone and do not represent the views of ClayCoNews

All health care professionals share the primary common goal of protecting the health and well-being of our patients, especially during the holiday season when COVID-19, influenza, RSV and other dangerous illnesses spike.

OPINION: Higher Ed Workers Highlight Harms of State Disinvestment With Release of New Report

Contributor: The Kentucky Center for Economic Policy 

Opinions of Contributors are soley theirs alone and do not represent the views of ClayCoNews

Workers at Kentucky’s public colleges and universities are struggling with the effects of longer term disinvestment, two decades of per-student funding cuts and the institutional challenges that come with them, several workers said on a call with reporters Wednesday.


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