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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has proposed spending increases for public education from kindergarten through college and for health care in his first budget plan.
Beshear said the rising inmate populations and crumbling prisons are sapping the state of money needed for education and health care.
Governor Andy Beshear announced on Monday that he is cancelling and rebidding the state's Medicaid managed care contracts.
Aetna Better Health of West Virginia has been awarded the $200 million contract.
Democrat Andy Beshear is stressing education and health care issues as he starts a statewide bus tour.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, will welcome U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar to Lexington Monday.
Louisville has named Norton Healthcare as the Cardinals' official health care provider.
Democrat Andy Beshear is trying to nudge health care to the forefront of Kentucky's race for governor with a new TV ad.
The first ad of his campaign for governor debuts Tuesday.
Kentuckians can now visit ag.ky.gov/healthcare to track Attorney General Andy Beshear’s fight for better, more affordable health care.
Attorney General Andy Beshear has joined with a group of attorneys general to appeal a federal judge’s Dec. 14 ruling that threatens the health care coverage for over 1.3 million Kentuckians.
Attorney General Andy Beshear, along with a coalition of state attorneys general, is asking a federal judge to freeze a Dec. 14 ruling that could eliminate the ACA in Kentucky.
Arrow-Med Ambulance Inc., the owner, and managers have pled guilty to health care fraud for unnecessary ambulance transports.
A federal judge ruled the Trump administration did not adequately consider whether the work requirements and other changes would help the state give its residents access to health care.
Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says he will not vote for the latest Republican health care bill, calling last-minute changes designed to send more money to states with undecided senators as "suspicious."
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote "sometime in the near future" on repealing the Obama health care law.
The Kentucky Republican said Monday that he spoke with President Donald Trump this past weekend. He says he and his one-time rival for the GOP presidential nomination share a "conservative vision" of revamping health care.
One non-partisan health coalition director says if the latest Senate health care bill passes, it would mean hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians will lose coverage.
McConnell is pressing for a vote next week. The bill is similar to the house bill that passed in May.
President Donald Trump had just headlined a rally in Louisville, Kentucky, where Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was booed by home-state voters far more enamored with the president than with their longtime GOP senator.