Opinion

Opinion

Medicaid waiver would produce poorer health outcomes

Expanding Kentucky’s Medicaid coverage in 2014 changed life for 430,000 Kentuckians who gained preventive care, potentially saving lives, and easing costly emergency room overcrowding. Now, the Kentucky HEALTH plan is looking to change how that program works.

Letters to the Editor

Laws an attack on abortion rights

Over the last few decades, anti-choice operatives have advocated for laws that choke off abortion access with new clinical, procedural and physician rules to deny women their constitutional right to control their reproductive health.

Op-Ed

Voters want change, not Clinton

The 2016 election is the most important in many years. The next president will make at least three Supreme Court appointments and thus affect the direction of the country for the foreseeable future. This is why the last person the Democrats should be considering is Hillary Clinton.

Videos

Second high school necessary in Scott County

Superintendent Kevin Hub said Great Crossing High School needs to be built as soon as possible and that means raising taxes.
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Second high school necessary in Scott County 0:54

Second high school necessary in Scott County

Heat relief 0:41

Heat relief

Ex-Cat Kidd-Gilchrist on NBA moving All-Star Game out of Charlotte 0:35

Ex-Cat Kidd-Gilchrist on NBA moving All-Star Game out of Charlotte

Ex-Cat Kidd-Gilchrist 'jealous' of new UK football facility 0:44

Ex-Cat Kidd-Gilchrist 'jealous' of new UK football facility