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TBKY Bill Alert 3 Support SB 5: “Tell your State Representative and Republican State House Leadership to Vote Yes on SB 5.” Title AN ACT proposing to amend Section 95 of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to the election of state officers. Impact Statements: Local Mandate Sponsors C. McDaniel, R. Alvarado, C. Embry Jr., R. […]

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Take Back Kentucky First Bill Alert: Kentucky State Senator Perry Clark(Louisville) has filed legislation to protect people from being terminated at work for using CBD. I haven’t seen the language yet but this is definitely something we need! Update: I read the bill, it’s short and sweet and absolutely a great step in the right […]

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2019 Pre-Filled Bills in the Kentucky General Assembly Report-November 2018 1.) AN ACT relating to property taxes for veteran service organizations. Create a new section of KRS Chapter 132 to allow any veteran service organization that is exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(19) of the United States Internal Revenue Code to be exempt […]

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Take Back Kentucky(TBKY) Adopts Code Green. What is Code Green? Code Green is mutual respect first, object later. What to do if stopped by police in your car or own the street. The street is no place to argue or resist the lawful commands of a police/peace officer. The vast majority of police interactions never […]

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2018 Take Back Kentucky¬† General Election Endorsement List 1. State Senator C.B. Embry Jr. (R) Senate District 6 Butler, Hopkins, Muhlenberg, and Ohio counties. 2. James Comer (R) Congressman in the First District. Web site: http://www.jamescomer.com 3. Vicki Yates B. Glisson in the Third Congressional District. Web page: https://glissonforlouisville.com/ 4. State Senator Jimmy Higdon (R) […]

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TBKY Commonwealth of Kentucky Second Amendment Victory in Richmond, Kentucky case. Tuesday night, the Richmond City Commission held the second reading and final adoption of the amendment to ordinance 128.03. This brings the city into compliance with KRS 65.870. Last nights agenda can be seen here: https://www.richmond.ky.us/…/8-28-18-agenda-Public-Copy… All that is left to do on this […]

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Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw examine Kentucky’s “working poor” and middle class income earners struggling to make ends meet. The program features Louisville Courier-Journal writer Jere Downs and Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President Dave Adkisson. Scheduled panelists include: Jason Bailey, director, Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; Richard Nelson, executive director, Commonwealth Policy Center and a […]

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