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As this session of the General Assembly winds down, its recurring theme has been the transfer of power to those who already have it.

The dramatic rush of legislation in early January produced the new Republican majority’s crown jewel, a right-to-work law weakening the labor unions that represent Kentucky workers.


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When Republicans tout their “free market” based American Health Care Act, they sometimes claim that swarms of Canadians flee their single-payer government health care system for medical treatment stateside.

Kay Tillow of Louisville just chuckles.

“It’s a myth,” says the longtime champion of a U.S. single-payer system.

The Kentuckian is not a fan of the Affordable Care Act. But she says the newly unveiled GOP alternative “is horrible—more cruel and diabolical than the ACA.”

If you take the tweets literally, “then clearly the president was wrong,” Rep.

This just in from AFGE:

Our union brothers and sisters in the federal workforce are under attack like never before, and they need your help right away.

Call 1-855-976-5397 today to stand up for the union rights of federal employees!

Right now, Congress is working on the most extreme union-busting bills we've seen yet. Anti-government employee lawmakers are trying to rush through bills that limit union rights and silence workplace whistleblowers.

This just in from AFGE:

Tomorrow, Thursday, 3/16, the House of Representatives will vote on H.R. 1259, the first of three bills to take away our right to representation, steal the pensions of workers who use official time to represent us, and make it impossible for AFGE to stand up for our members and all government workers.

This just in from Daniel Lowry, Kentucky Democratic Party communications coordinator:

Donald Trump is coming to Kentucky, and we will make our voices heard!

Kentucky Exposition Center

Freedom Hall

937 Phillips Lane

Louisville, KY 40209

Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. Eastern time. Doors open at 4:30.

This just in from Daniel Lowry, Kentucky Democratic Party communications coordinator:

Here's a link to the quick video on "Bevin's Blunder" and a slideshow of some responses from Kentuckians on Bevin saying he was "personally disgusted" by opponents of charter schools and that teachers were out for "power and money and not our students."

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