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October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.

Hoover won’t seek re-election in 2020

Rep. Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown, will not seek re-election in 2020 after serving in the House since 1997. Hoover is the longest-serving Republican legislative leader in Kentucky history.

General Assembly’s 2020 session to begin Jan. 7

The schedule for the 2020 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly was approved today by legislative leaders.

Candidates set in 18th House special election Nov. 5

The matchup is set for a special election in Kentucky’s 18th House District between Democrat Becky Miller and Republican Samara Heavrin, both from Grayson County.

Bail reform may be on 2020 General Assembly agenda

Bail reform has captured the attention of some high-ranking members of the General Assembly who are calling for potential action on the issue during the 2020 annual legislative session.

Local Official's Guide to Interlocal Agreements

Local governments are working hard to do more with less. Interlocal agreements can help.

NACo Launches Connected and Automated Vehicles Toolkit

The National Association of Counties (NACo) is pleased to launch the Connected and Automated Vehicles Toolkit: A Primer for Counties to provide county leaders with an introduction to the connected and automated vehicles sector and ideas for how counties can engage.

Candidates set for special election in 63rd House District

Local Democrats and Republicans have chosen their nominee for the vacancy in the 63rd House District, created when a northern Kentucky lawmaker resigned her seat earlier this month.

2019-2020 County Insurance Premium Tax Rates

Forty-four counties have an insurance premium tax for fiscal year 2020 in at least one category (fire, casualty/liability, vehicle, inland marine, health, life or other risks).

Pence comes to Ky. with $9M in federal grants to battle opioids

Vice President Mike Pence, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, and Congressman Hal Rogers, R-Somerset, joined Gov. Matt Bevin in southeastern Kentucky.