Executive Summary The way to build a prosperous Kentucky is to create thriving communities that unlock potential in our people. Every Kentuckian — no matter where they come from, their read more
Click here to read a PDF copy of the full report. Ten years ago, the Great Recession was battering Kentucky’s economy and that of every other state in America. Throughout read more
Following a federal court order to send Kentucky’s proposed barriers to Medicaid back to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), a 30 day comment period was held during read more
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By Ashley Spalding
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