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The federal government will be increasing Kentucky’s supply of COVID-19 vaccines by 17 percent, Gov. Andy Beshear announced Tuesday.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Here is a sampling of union reaction to President-elect Joe Biden's nomination of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh for labor secretary. 

NABTU APPLAUDS NOMINATION OF MARTY WALSH AS U.S. SECRETARY OF LABOR

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

Otherwise mild-mannered Graves County substitute teacher Charlotte Goddard has tossed down the gauntlet to Republican lawmakers in Frankfort.

"You call yourselves the 'law-and-order' party," challenged the mom of two. "Come out and join the Democrats in denouncing the pro-Trump mob that attacked the Capitol and in denouncing Trump's role in inciting the violence."

By JACK BRAMMER and DANIEL DESROCHERS

Kentucky Republican lawmakers ignored cries of overreach from their Democratic colleagues Friday and approved in committee two major bills challenging Gov. Andy Beshear’s emergency orders to curb the coronavirus pandemic.

Separately, another committee did not act on a bill that would reshape the state’s courts system after Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr. railed against it.

The following is a statement from Colmon Elridge, Chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party, after both Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue conceded their respective races.

“Congratulations to Senators-elect Warnock and Ossoff for their tireless campaigning and hard fought victories. 

By MARSHALL WARD

Our corrupt, deranged president, his sycophants, and the silence of his complicit enablers set the stage for the Jan. 6 crimes in the People’s House.

As America watched in real time, federal laws were broken by seditious thugs:

1) 18 USC 2383: Rebellion or Insurrection

2) 18 USC 2384: Seditious Conspiracy

3) 18 USC 2385: Advocating overthrow of Government

4) 18 USC § 351 - assault on a member of Congress