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Dear Representative St. Onge & State Senate Republican Members of the Judiciary Committee Subject: Oppose HB 22 “As Is” we are asking for changes. We met at Take Back Kentucky on February 17. 2018 and the ‘drone bill’ got brought up. I told them I was very proud there was no mentioning of “exigent circumstances” […]

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Greetings, This is the a radio show to honor the legacy of Norman Davis. Norman Davis was the founder of Kentuckians’ for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms in 1993 and Take Back Kentucky in 1997. This is a tribute to his memory five years after his passing. Many individuals across Grayson County, Kentucky, […]

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Good day, it is day twenty of the 2018 Kentucky General Assembly. This is the complete State Legislative Update Day 1-through Day 20. Passed Both Chambers and Delivered to Governor: SB 70. Passed Both Chambers and Delivered to Secretary of State: SB 3. House Bills Passed House: HB 22, 46, 49, 64, 70, 71, 74, […]

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Bills to Watch: HB 242 and 243 are two of the worst bills introduced in Kentucky General Assembly. HB 242 consolidates more successful school districts into larger ones. We agree with State Representative Jason Nemes that smaller school School Districts such as Anchorage Independent should not be forced to merge into Jefferson County Public Schools. […]

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Opposing Commentary to SB 85

Published on 10 May 2016 by in Commentary

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TBK Voted this session to support SB 85; however, this does not mean we do not allow for alternative views to be heard as we have done this in the past.  We had an alternative viewpoint on Midwifery presented at the March TBK meeting, than that proposed in SB 85, one that argued the legislation […]

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The Kentucky House recently passed the Local Option Sales Tax bill (HB2). The Senate version appears to be dead in committee again this year but could yet come up for a vote. The Chamber of Commerce, many of the County Judge Executives, many city councils and several other special interest groups are twisting legislative arms […]

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Disclaimer: This commentary submitted by the moderator of TBK Adrienne Gilbert. It is not intended to speak for TBK.  Update 9:10 – Slight draft change, mostly the same but correct version is now posted. There has been plenty of information and misinformation regarding the ACLU case against Kim Davis. After attending both evidentiary hearings and […]

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