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EDITOR'S NOTE: Production workers at the plant belong to UAW Local 862.

By LUCAS ALBACH

UPDATE: The jefferson County Teacher’s Association endorsed Edelen, according to the campaign‘s Daniel Hurt. Laborers’ Local 576 in Louisville and Covington Professional Fi

By MIKE ELK

New data released by the National Employment Law Projects shows that workplace fatality investigations by OSHA have spiked under the Trump Administration. In Fiscal Year 2018, workplace fatality investigations reached a ten year high of 929; claiming by nearly a 100 from the year before. 

Kentucky Republican Rep. Andy Barr, whose campaign attacked his 2018 Democratic challenger for raising money and spending time “out in Hollywood with elitist liberal movie stars” will raise money in Hollywood himself next month.

Kentucky Wildcat and Louisville Cardinal fans are famous for booing each other's teams. But click here to see who they boo in common. This YouTube video is more proof, as if it were needed, that Gov. Matt Bevin is about as popular as a wet dog at a wedding in the Bluegrass State.

  

 


From the Kentucky Democratic Party

Frankfort, KY— Proving there is no bar too low for Andy to stoop, the Kentucky congressman has gone from attacking his opponent for out-of-state fundraising to encouraging donors to join him for a “California weekend” on behalf of his leadership PAC.

By COLE DRIVER

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, a multimillionaire who often preaches fiscal responsibility to his working- and middle-class constituents, was months late paying property taxes on his summer home in Maine the last two years, continuing a pattern of delinquent payments dating back nearly two decades.

Bevin, who is up for re-election in November, was late paying his taxes so often that the town of Greenwood, Maine, had to repeatedly issue liens against the property until he paid up, according to town records.

Governor Bevin, Commissioner Lewis and some legislators are publicly taking educators to task for calling in sick to come to Frankfort to defend public education and their livelihoods.

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

The Alliance for Retired Americans, a national organization that fights "to protect and expand retirement security for all Americans," is coming to Kentucky next month.