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Republican Representative Savannah Maddox's proposal would limit the scope of the governor's executive orders issued during a public health emergency and allow people to sue the state if such an order hurts their business.
Beshear continues to pressed Kentuckians to remain vigilant about social distancing amid reports of crowding.
Interaction between two, steps Beshear took provided insight for stimulus deal
You've seen the memes of governor Andy Beshear exploding on the internet, but now people are using them for everything from making money to getting your new at-home "co-workers" to cooperate.
The topics continue to show the interest in things happening across the state.
Telehealth can help, the kinds of non-essential businesses is being clarified
More efforts to try to curb the spread of the coronavirus, more labs means numbers may grow faster.
Governor Andy Beshear says he is working on allowing more workers in the state to be able to apply for unemployment insurance.
Governor continues to push web site www.kycovid19.ky.gov.
State working to get issues resolved, services up and running.
Two new cases bring state total to 20, governor stresses mental health tips.
16 cases in state now, newest in Bourbon and Nelson counties, one patient not likely to survive.
At least three new cases and possibly as many as five; all school districts closed.
Study of virus in Washington shows value of limiting interaction.
Harmon issues call, Beshear says transparency should be the standard.
Paid six leave actually benefits companies and should be required, a state senator said Monday in filing legislation that would require it.
Gov. Andy Beshear is taking nominations to Kentucky university boards and other higher education boards.
Gov. Andy Beshear recognized four World War II veterans at the Capitol on Wednesday.
Officials in the state are inviting a Planned Parenthood clinic to apply for a license to perform abortions.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is calling for bipartisan cooperation during a legislative session that will be dominated by work on a new two-year state budget.