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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

EDITOR'S NOTE: Former state representative Wayne was a strong union supporter throughout his tenure in Frankfort.

By JIM WAYNE

I have benefited from a Catholic school education. My dad worked two jobs and my mother worked as a nurse to pay for their five sons’ Catholic grade and high school tuition. 

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360 

Back in the 60's, when Vince Lombardi coached Green Bay, enemy defenses always knew the Packer Sweep was coming.

The problem was, they usually couldn't stop the steamroller. The Lombardi-led Packers had a trio of NFL titles and a pair of Super Bowl trophies to prove it.

The sweep was the legendary Lombardi's signature play. It featured quarterback Bart Starr handing off to halfback Paul Hornung, the pride of old Louisville Flaget. Fullback Jim Taylor helped block for Hornung. 

A bill that would have rescinded restrictions on the types of physicians who can diagnose black lung disease will likely not get a vote in the Kentucky House of Representatives this year, said Rep. Angie Hatton, one of the bill’s sponsors.

KYGA19 Legislator Scorecard

Here are our scores for all legislators in this year’s General Assembly. Complete instructions on how to use the many features of the scorecard are below the scorecard widget itself. Note that the scores are based on both final votes on bills and sponsorship of bills. The scores will update as more votes are taken.

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

The other day, President Trump said “the Democrats hate Jewish people," adding that he “didn't understand how any Jew could vote for a Democrat these days.”

EDITOR'S NOTE: We featured Zimmerman on the website in 2017. Click here to see the story.
Roy Zimmerman’s signature blend of heart and hilarity has never been more necessary. Roy brings his satirical songs to Louisville next week.