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House panel tabulates what impeachment petitioners owe

The petitioners more than $62,000 collectively, according to media reports.

Impeachment petition filers face thousands in legal bills

Law allows people to file legal expenses.

Impeachment committee recommends no further action on Beshear, Cameron petitions

The General Assembly's impeachment committee voted Tuesday to recommend no further action be taken on petitions to impeach the Governor and Attorney General. 

Senators to hear opening arguments as Trump fumes over trial

Trial coverage to begin at 12 P.M. on ABC36

2 dropped, but impeachment petitions remain against Beshear, Cameron, Goforth

Two impeachment petitions against Governor Andy Beshear are dismissed, but one is still pending after a decision by the House impeachment committee Friday.

Kentucky GOP group rejects push to have McConnell back Trump

A Kentucky Republican Party Committee has rejected a resolution that would have urged Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to fully support Donald Trump in the ex-president’s upcoming impeachment trial.

Latest petition asks that AG Cameron be impeached

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Three members of the grand jury that considered the evidence presented against the police officers in the Breonna Taylor shooting...

McConnell proposes delay of Trump impeachment trial

Impeachment trial could be mid-February

Impeachment petition filed against Republican rep charged in strangulation

Same committee reviewing impeachment petition against governor.

UPDATE: McConnell says impeachment trial will come after inauguration

Some indication McConnell thinks the move could benefit the Republican Party.

Kentucky Capitol: Yard signs call for governor’s impeachment

The protest occurred Tuesday as state lawmakers began their 2021 legislative session.

McConnell suggests impeachment blinded Congress to coronavirus dangers

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell suggested the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump distracted the U.S. government from the growing coronavirus crisis.

McGrath says she would have voted to convict Trump in Senate

Amy McGrath condemned the president's acquittal in the Senate led by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, of Kentucky.

Sharply divided Senate acquits Trump on both articles

The months-long impeachment and Senate trial of President Donald Trump ended Wednesday afternoon with acquittal on both articles.

Senate to vote on Trump trial witnesses with end in sight

Senators are preparing to vote late Friday to reject efforts to call more witnesses and instead start bringing a close to the trial.

Roberts declines to read Paul question on whistleblower

Chief Justice Roberts has declined to read an impeachment trial question by Senator Rand Paul about the intelligence community whistleblower.

Dershowitz, Starr join Trump impeachment legal defense

Trump faces charges of abuse of power and obstructing Congress.

Pelosi invites Trump to deliver State of the Union days after impeachment

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited President Donald Trump to deliver the State of the Union address. The invitation comes days after impeachment.

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