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Bevin orders flags to half-staff for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Governor Matt Bevin has ordered flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff on Friday, December 7, in observance of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.

Gov. Bevin to visit millwork, discuss Eastern Ky. lumber industry

Governor Matt Bevin is scheduled to visit Powell Valley Millwork in Clay City Monday afternoon. 

Gov. Bevin files state Supreme Court brief in support of recently enacted Pension Reform Law

Gov. Matt Bevin's legal team has filed a 100-page brief in the case before the Kentucky Supreme Court which will decide the fate of the recently enacted pension reform law.

Gov. Bevin approves more than $192,000 in grants for victims services in Marshall County

Gov. Matt Bevin and the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet have approved more than $192,000 in grants to provide victim services in Marshall County, where students and families are recovering from January's tragic school shooting.

Appeals court reviews case stemming from contract probe

A Kentucky appeals court has delved into the case of an ex-state employee refusing to comply with Gov. Matt Bevin's investigation into a no-bid contract awarded by his predecessor.

Bevin defends pension law in hard-hitting speech

Gov. Matt Bevin says Kentucky's counties will be "screwed" financially if the state's Supreme Court invalidates a new law making changes to the state's struggling pension systems.

Gov. Bevin recognizes the sacrifice of a Kentucky soldier returned from the Korean War

Gov. Matt Bevin has recognized the sacrifice of a Kentucky soldier who died in the Korean War, but whose remains have just been positively identified and are in the process of being returned to his family in Bowling Green.

Dentists forced to turn away clients due to medicaid cuts

Dentists across Kentucky are turning away thousands of clients and losing business in the process.

Bevin administration ordered to pay for withholding records

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's administration has been ordered to pay the Courier Journal's legal cost because it refused to release public records identifying shareholders of a company planning to build a state-subsidized $1.5 billion aluminum rolling mill near Ashland.

Gov. Bevin files motion urging court to fully decide constitutionality of Pension Reform Law

Gov. Bevin's legal team filed a motion Friday urging the court to resolve whether the 2018 pension reform legislation, Senate Bill 151, violates the inviolable contract and the Contracts Clause of the Kentucky Constitution.

Group to help with Kentucky’s Medicaid changes

A nonpartisan health foundation has partnered to help implement Kentucky's new work requirements for its Medicaid program.

Gov. Bevin names new Secretary and Deputy Secretary of Cabinet for Health and Family Services

Gov. Matt Bevin has announced the appointment of Adam Meier as Secretary of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS).

Gov. Bevin departs on recruiting mission to Asia

Meetings in Tokyo and Seoul this week will focus on business development for the commonwealth. 

Kentucky governor’s home, land value increase to $2.9m

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin's home and the 10 acres where it sits are now valued at $2.9 million

Kentucky governor issues new round of vetoes

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has caught at least one of his fellow Republicans by surprise with another round of vetoes.

Bevin administration files motion to disqualify AG for conflict of interest in pension suit

Governor Matt Bevin filed a motion in Franklin Circuit Court to disqualify Attorney General Andy Beshear and his office from the political lawsuit filed last week against Kentuckys recently enacted pension reform law (Senate Bill 151).

Bevin: Kids “sexually abused” because of rally

Kentucky's Republican governor says he guarantees a child was sexually abused because they were left home alone after teachers forced the closure of more than 30 school districts to come to have a rally at the state Capitol.

President declares disaster in 22 Kentucky counties

Governor Matt Bevin says he has received notification Thursday that President Donald Trump has declared a disaster in several Kentucky counties. 

The Latest: AG concerned about changes to price gouging law

Price gouging law changes raise concern with certain political leaders.

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