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Up against terrible approval ratings during his first 100 days in office, Donald Trump must be desperate to show any legislative accomplishment. So, today he announced his “tax reform plan.” 

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By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

IAM International President Robert Martinez Jr. announced the appointment of DeLane Adams as a Headquarters Communications Representative effective April 1, 2017.

“DeLane Adams brings with him a great deal of experience in the cause of communicating for working people,” said Martinez. “He also brings a valuable legislative and political background. We are fortunate to add his talents to the IAM communications team.”

By SEN. REGINALD THOMAS

FRANKFORT— It may have been a “short session” in the number of days, but the 2017 Legislative Session was not “short” on important public policy changes. Last week, we completed the 29th and 30th days of the session by voting on significant issues in the areas of education, criminal justice reform, and government accountability.

By DENISE HARPER ANGEL

FRANKFORT—It may have been a “short session” in the number of days, but the 2017 Legislative Session was not “short” on important public policy changes. We completed the 29th and 30th days of the session by voting on significant issues in the areas of education, criminal justice reform, and government accountability.

The Buffalo Trace Young Democrats will host a panel discussion on fake news, civic health, and media literacy in Kentucky on Thursday, April 13. This event will be held in Crockett Auditorium at the Maysville campus of Maysville Community and Technical College.

By DANIEL LOWRY

Despite strong bi-partisan opposition, the Republican controlled United States Congress voted to repeal a law that required internet service providers to gain permission before sharing personal information - including location data, financial information, web browsing history, and the content of communications.

By ADAM BEHSUDI

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President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to bring sweeping changes to the “terrible” North American Free Trade Agreement just got a dose of reality.