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All Session long TEA Partiers, Constitutionalists, Libertarians, and the ACLU have been opposed to SB 245, which would overhaul our states driver’s license system in order to make it compliant with the Federal Government’s REAL ID program. REAL ID is a Federal Identification program that will violate citizen’s Civil Liberties and State’s Sovereignty (for more […]

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This past Saturday, the Kentucky Republican Party held its state convention, and one of the resolutions passed, and put into the party platform is to be against REAL ID. That’s right, the delegates in attendance voted overwhelmingly to be against REAL ID, despite the party establishment trying to discourage the delegates from doing so. This […]

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Will Bevin Stand With Massie? Kentucky Legislators are trying to force REAL ID/SB 245 compliance down the throats of Kentuckians, it has already made it to Governor Bevin’s desk. However, Representative Thomas Massie (KY-CD4) has recently filed to be a co-sponsor on HR 4375 that would repeal REAL ID at the Federal level. Rep. Massie […]

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…We Hope Finally the 2016 Legislative Session has come to an end, and it was a rough one.  We hope to provide you some highlights or lowlights of the session. The Governor has 10 days to veto bills (excluding Sundays) from the moment they are received in his office.  If the Governor doesn’t veto or […]

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Obamacare: kynect (HB 5) and the Medicaid Expansion (HB 6) died in the Senate Health and Welfare Committee today. kynect and the Medicaid Expansion were both executive orders by the former Governor Beshear without any legislative input. Budget Battle: Legislators are not going to meet as expected on Tuesday to vote on a budget, it […]

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REAL ID: One Final Appeal

Published on 29 March 2016 by in Issues, Legislation, News

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TBK and the conservative, constitutional, liberty Grassroots have tried several appeals to our elected officials trying to convince them not to pass REAL ID. Constitutional 10TH Amendment (states’ rights vs. federal overreach Financial (unfunded, increased fees) Constitutional 4th Amendment (scanning of information/documents) Criminal (identity theft) Now we try one last appeal, Constitutional 1st Amendment (religious). […]

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TBK Legislative Update: Weeks 6 & 7

Published on 19 February 2016 by in Legislation

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This is the 5th installment of the TBK Legislative Update for 2016. This update will cover the 6th and 7th weeks of the legislative session. Combining week 7 with week 6 considering it was a short week for the legislature given Presidents Day. We are going to try and abbreviate some of the information we […]

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