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Repeal Of The ACA & Its Economic Effect On Kentucky

The Affordable Care Act enabled 486,000 Kentuckians to have a form of health care. In addition, the ACA boosted the state economy. A repeal of the ACA would have devastating effects on Kentucky's economy. Together, these economic effects would have a negative impact on the Kentucky healthcare system and affect other aspects of communities throughout the

Repeal Of The ACA & Its Economic Effect On Kentucky2017-07-20T09:40:28+00:00

Repeal Of The ACA & Its Effect On Women, Seniors, And Children In Kentucky

Quality healthcare is one of the foundational components of a community. Approximately twenty million Americans gained access to health care through the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This included subsidized coverage through the ACA’s landmark expansion of Medicaid, which helped countless senior citizens in Kentucky. 1.9 million privately insured Kentuckians, as well as 863,000 seniors on

Repeal Of The ACA & Its Effect On Women, Seniors, And Children In Kentucky2017-07-19T09:37:16+00:00

Repeal Of The ACA & Its Effect On Health Care In Kentucky

The current plan of President Trump and congressional Republicans to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would have far-reaching effects on Kentucky families. Republicans in Congress have made both tax cuts and spending cuts to eliminate many of the ACA’s provisions through budget reconciliation. The Affordable Care Act enabled 486,000 Kentuckians to have health care while

Repeal Of The ACA & Its Effect On Health Care In Kentucky2017-07-18T09:33:49+00:00

Three Youths Make Citizen’s Arrest In Boston

With NFL training camps opening in just a matter ofdays, here's a good story from last season. Three students, barely old enough to drink and celebrating the Patriots' Super Bowl win in early February, spotted a thief trying to escape with a Picasso and Rembrandt from a Boston gallery. The youths watched the thief exit

Three Youths Make Citizen’s Arrest In Boston2017-07-17T07:33:23+00:00

Police Try To Solve Arkansas Murder Case With Help Of Amazon Echo

In Bentonville, Arkansas, police are using one of the newest forms of consumer technology, the digital home assistant known as the Amazon Echo (Alexa), to assist them in their murder investigation related to the death of a Bentonville, Arkansas man. Local law enforcement has obtained a warrant requesting Amazon to release data from the murder

Police Try To Solve Arkansas Murder Case With Help Of Amazon Echo2017-07-07T05:48:22+00:00

Wet Or Dry? Kentucky Laws On Alcohol Lack Uniformity

Of course, most people are aware of the point in time in U.S. history when alcohol sales were prohibited throughout the entire nation. While prohibition ended in 1933, many states, including the Commonwealth of Kentucky, have since enacted laws related to the sale and consumption of alcohol. Many of Kentucky's famous bourbon distilleries are located

Wet Or Dry? Kentucky Laws On Alcohol Lack Uniformity2017-07-03T05:36:30+00:00

Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Claims Texting and Driving Is Company Policy

In San Diego, California, a recently fired safety manager filed a wrongful termination lawsuit alleging that he lost his job for not responding to text messages while driving during the course of a work day. The former employer has denied that the employee was fired for basically failing to text and drive. And that is

Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Claims Texting and Driving Is Company Policy2017-06-27T05:45:20+00:00

Wisconsin Cop Who Educates Seniors About Phone Scams . .Targeted By Phone Scam

One of the most common telephone schemes in the last few years involves criminals posing as the IRS trying to extract payment from unsuspecting victims. Typically, they threaten to have their targets arrested if they don't make payment for alleged back taxes. Are these scams simply targeting people at random? It appears to be the

Wisconsin Cop Who Educates Seniors About Phone Scams . .Targeted By Phone Scam2017-06-26T15:44:22+00:00

Nevada Rescinds Call For Constitutional Convention

In May, the Nevada legislature unanimously rescinded the state’s past resolutions calling for a national convention to amend the U.S. Constitution. In recent months, Lawmakers in Arizona and Wyoming passed resolutions calling for a convention while Maryland and New Mexico rescinded theirs. As a 2017 convention would be the first since 1787, there would be

Nevada Rescinds Call For Constitutional Convention2017-06-23T10:57:39+00:00

6th Circuit Rules Fairfield, Ohio Woman In U.S. For Fifteen Years Must Be Deported

In early April of 2017, a three-judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati denied the request of a Fairfield, Ohio mother to stay in the United States. Maribel Trujillo-Diaz was on her way to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in Louisiana, her last stop before deportation when the ruling

6th Circuit Rules Fairfield, Ohio Woman In U.S. For Fifteen Years Must Be Deported2017-06-21T20:57:21+00:00