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Today's Opinions

  • Miss Brady goes to Frankfort

    Madison Brady was a fourth grade student at St Joseph Elementary in Bardstown.  We first met when I was in Betty Carol Riley's classroom last fall talking about America's system of government – Representative Democracy.  Madison listened closely, especially when I said that any of them could come up and be a Page in the Capitol during a legislative session. 

  • Legislators work to protect children in Kentucky

     FRANKFORT – In each legislative session, the Kentucky House of Representatives spends a considerable amount of time on those who comprise our youngest generation, looking for ways to help them at home and in the classroom.

  • BBB Tips on Storm Damage Repair

     If you are on the hunt for a reputable contractor after severe weather rolled through the area yesterday, be aware of those who may try to take advantage of your situation: The home repair rip-off artist who may overcharge, perform shoddy work, or skip town without finishing your job.

  • County court members must look at spending

     Things are rosy today but will there be thorns exposed when the budget process begins in Bullitt County?

  • COYLE'S CORNER 02/29/12

      This week Paul Coyle's topic is not having a topic.

  • Butler praises House fight against human trafficking

     FRANKFORT - We’ve long said our first priority in policymaking is to ensure the welfare of our “most vulnerable” - our children, the elderly, and persons with disabilities, specifically. This week, we moved forward in adding Kentucky’s increasing number of human-trafficking victims to that priority list.

  • Greer discusses educational bills

     As lawmakers we strive to find new ways to help Kentucky’s future - our children. This week we saw a number of bills successfully advance through the legislative process that would help educate and protect our children.

  • BBB Fake Emails Continue to Pile Up

     Businesses and consumers across the country have been hit by an on-going email scam that appears to be from the Better Business Bureau. The fake emails started in November, and have changed forms a number of times. Most of them include a virus – if the recipient clicks on a link. 

    BBB Louisville was alerted by an Accredited Business today about the latest version, which accused the business of illegal activities: 

    From: Better Business Bureau 

    Sent: Friday, February 24, 2012 7:08 AM