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In 2017 Beshear Intensified Fight against Pervasive State Drug Epidemic

Office focused resources, formed partnerships to combat substance abuse, help families FRANKFORT, Ky. (Dec. 13, 2017) – At the end of his second year in office, Attorney General Andy Beshear sees more ... read more

KHN Morning Briefing

But Republican legislators on Wednesday blocked a McAuliffe amendment meant to allow expansion, saying the state cannot afford it. “We rejected expansion in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and again in 2017 . ... read more

Op-Ed: Keeping Long Island's Schools Safe And Secure Together

This relationship has evolved and intensified over the years due to ... Appropriately, that changed with New York State's legislative response to Columbine. The Safe Schools Against Violence in Educat... read more

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U.S. House Races: Comprehensive 2018 Midterms Elections Guide with Candidate Bios and Key Issues

Check out in-depth candidate profiles for all the 2018 Gubernatorial elections below. For each state holding electing a Governor, we’ve gathered some relevant biographical facts about the Democratic a... read more


Alan Greenblatt

President Trump will stump for Ron DeSantis in the state on Tuesday. Regardless of who wins the primary, Democrats are hoping a blue wave will help them recapture the governor’s seat in November. Bob ... read more

Beshear’s Medicaid Fraud Office Recipient of Federal Award for 2016 Conviction of Opioid Over-prescribing Doctor

(May 11, 2017 ... Beshear’s is to fight back against the pervasive substance-abuse epidemicand to protect Kentucky’s most vulnerable citizens from abuse and exploitation. Since taking office, Beshear ... read more

It's no Surprise that Police have Joined the Defeatists on the Issue of Drugs

Most people don’t understand the state’s policy on drugs and so are baffled and impressed when police officers call for weaker drug laws. There is in fact ... openly say they cannot be bothered to act ... read more

Top Democrats Are Wrong: Trump Supporters Were More Motivated by Racism Than Economic Issues

IT ISN’T ONLY Republicans, it seems, who traffic in alternative facts. Since Donald Trump’s shock election victory, leading Democrats have worked hard to convince themselves, and the rest of us, that ... read more

Social News 12/8

This was the result of relevant agencies' intensified efforts in the fight against smuggling, the Steering Committee Against Smuggling, Fake Goods and Trade Fraud said. 2,000 students to participate i... read more

Were the last 100 years of growth an aberration?

Central bankers globally are in a state of mild panic. The Law of Diminishing Returns ... was that innovation - the great driver of productivity - was "battering its head against the wall of diminishi... read more

Eden Besieged: Amazonia’s Matchless Wildlife Pillaged by Traffickers

The trafficking onslaught in Latin America is following the same pervasive patterns seen in Africa ... embodied in Latin America’s notoriously powerful drug cartels, has recently recognized wildlife t... read more

KHN Morning Briefing

State Watch 3 Delaware To Gradually Expand Hepatitis C Drug ... To Fight Opioid Epidemic A key Senate panel approved a health funding bill Tuesday that would nearly double the federal support for figh... read more



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