Dr. Kyle Keeney

Op-Ed: House Bill 180 Brings New Hope to Kentuckians by Expanding Access to Biomarker Testing

Opinion Editorial by: Dr. Kyle Keeney, founder of the Kentucky Access to Care Coalition and the President and CEO of the Kentucky Life Sciences Council.

Technology is reshaping medicine in ways that were almost unimaginable a few short years ago. Now, medical innovation is bringing new hope to Kentuckians who suffer from cancer and other conditions that drastically impact their health and quality of life.

Chris Woolery

Op-Ed: Now is the Time for Kentucky’s Rural Electric Cooperatives to Move on Clean Energy

Opinion Editorial by:

Chris Woolery, the Residential Energy Specialist at the Mountain Association.

Rural electric cooperatives provide power to nearly a third of Kentuckians, serving 1.5 million people in 117 counties. In recent months, the federal government has allocated unprecedented funding to help co-ops pay for the changes that will move us to a clean energy future, save us much needed money on our bills, and create good local jobs.

Secretary of State Michael Adams


Op-Ed Submission by Kentucky Secretary of State Michael G. Adams

Voters will head to the polls in less than 4 months to vote in the 2023 primary election for governor, secretary of state and other constitutional offices. As my team has prepared, we have looked to lessons learned from the November 2022 elections.

FBI Director Christopher Wray

Op-Ed: Violent Crime Problem Is Real and Tackling It Requires a Group Effort by FBI Director Christopher Wray

In law enforcement, our most fundamental duty is to ensure people can live free from fear—a task that has become more challenging over the past few years. 

Representative Josh Calloway

Opinion Submission: Overturning School Choice Puts Kentucky Outside Mainstream

Op-Ed by Representative Josh Calloway

Josh Calloway, an Irvington Republican, is a Kentucky State Representative and vice chair of the House Committee on Elections, Constitutional Amendments and Intergovernmental Affairs.

In a sweeping decision, the Kentucky Supreme Court struck a huge blow to students who simply asked for the chance to learn.


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