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Bevin Bungles Education By Matt Singleton Recently Governor Matt Bevin was interviewed concerning the picketing of public school educators over the budget crises concerning teachers pension. There was an uproar made over a poorly developed argument. That (paraphrasing) with the hundreds of thousands of kids home from school, Many in single parent homes where the […]

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Take Back Kentucky(TBKY) applauds Governor Matt Bevin veto of the two year state budget and tax reform/increase bills. We did support the flat income tax decrease to 5%, but incomes $8,000 and under would see an increase. Our goal is to transfer from an income to sales tax, but not on automotive repair. Unfortunately, the […]

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Gerardo Serrano has Take Back Kentucky(TBKY) endorsement for Kentucky’s Fifth Congressional District. Gerardo Serrano will fight for Veterans, less taxes, Second Amendment rights, and less regulation. Please like, share, and vote for Gerardo Serrano on Tuesday, May 22.  His campaign page: http://www.serrano4congress.com/ Referring to the recently passed non budget bill. “Yes, I had to take […]

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From The Moderator’s Desk Rick Treitz One day a year, Christian people gather at the Capitol to proclaim His righteousness to the civil authorities. We need you – God needs all of us- to attend, this Friday, Feb. 9th., 2018 from 11:15-3 PM, please join us. Here’s a link to the speakers and schedule: http://godandcountryministry.com/events.html […]

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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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WHO Stunning Report On CBD Oil

Published on 28 January 2018 by in Information, News, Uncategorized

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This is related to CBD oil latest news. Zero risk of abuse or addiction with a wide variety of medical benefits. Ok feds, time to catch up with the entire rest of the world and the U.S. https://www.forbes.com/sites/janetwburns/2017/12/11/who-report-finds-no-public-health-risks-abuse-potential-for-cbd/#2a07bc6e1365

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