Click to view as a PDF Thousands of Kentuckians who work low wage jobs at restaurants, on construction sites and at retail stores are among those who have gained health read more
A partial repeal of the Affordable Care Act would likely result in close to half a million people becoming uninsured in Kentucky, including those who buy health coverage directly from read more
Nearly one in three Kentuckians has health insurance either through Medicaid or with a federally subsidized Qualified Health Plan (QHP) from the health insurance marketplace (formerly Kynect). If Congress moves read more
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By Jason Bailey
February 24, 2017
A close look at the employment level of Kentucky’s working age population shows more progress is needed to reach full economic recovery, as we recently read more
By Ashley Spalding
February 23, 2017
An especially problematic part of House Bill 520 is its inclusion of virtual charter schools. There are numerous concerns about the quality of education provided read more
By Pam Thomas
February 22, 2017
House Bill 520 is a very different charter school proposal than the previously introduced HB 103. While some concerns we previously expressed about charter authorizing read more
By Anna Baumann
February 21, 2017
Today in the House Education Committee legislators are hearing discussion of House Bill 162, a proposal to create a so-called Education Choice tax credit in read more