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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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TBKY Urgent Alert: Please Call Today toll-free 1-800-372-7181 and leave a message: “Tell the State House Elections, and Constitutional Amendments Chairman and Republican Members of the Committee to Oppose HJR 81 and HB 282.” This is a very scary example of what we will get with an Article V Constitutional Convention. One of the Big […]

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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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Take Back Kentucky(TBKY)Urgent Bill Alert: We need calls Monday toll-free at 1-800-372-7181 in support of HB 210 and 240. Please leave a message for the State House Judiciary Committee Chairman and Republicans members of the Judiciary Committee to support HB 210 Campus Carry and HB 240 Opposing sanctuary cities and universities. “We need to hold […]

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Take Back Kentucky Bill Alert 3: Please call toll-free 1-800-372-7181 and leave a message for the Kentucky State House Chairman of the State Government committee: “We Support HB 48 because it allows state legislators to opt out of their state pension. Right now, state lawmakers are required to have one.” HB 48 R. Mills, J. […]

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We are roughly at the halfway mark of the 2017 Session, a couple of the upcoming weeks will be short ones, thus expanding the session out more than normal for a short year. ¬†Below is the Legislative Update for Week 4. Legislative Stats 2017 Bills Senate Bills: 253 House Bills: 540 Total Bills: 793 Week […]

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