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US proposes easing rules on methane emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to revoke many of its regulations covering oil-industry leaks of methane, a potent climate-changing gas.

New fishing and hunting regulations proposed

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposes new regulations for hunting and fishing.

Public hearing held for proposed ban of tattooing over scars

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - New proposed tattoo regulations from the state have a lot of people talking, especially a proposal banning tattooing over scars. Some...

Blow-drying bill passes state Senate

The Kentucky Senate passed legislation Thursday that would loosen regulation on the burgeoning business of blow-dry-only hair salons.
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Regulator questioned about abortion clinic’s licensing fight

A key health care regulator in Kentucky is being questioned at a federal trial about the circumstances that led to a licensing fight threatening to shut down the state's last abortion clinic.
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Mitch McConnell Suggests Regulations Trump Should Nix

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wants President-elect Donald Trump to overturn certain environmental regulations imposed by President Barack Obama.
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EPA to Appeal Court-Ordered Analysis of Coal Jobs Lost

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to appeal a federal judge's ruling that it must begin evaluating how many power plants and coal mining jobs are lost because of air pollution regulations, analysis it hasn't done in decades.
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Kentucky Utilities, LG&E closing several coal ash ponds

Prompted by new federal regulations, the state's two largest utility companies are closing several storage ponds that collect the coal ash burned by power plants.

Group files lawsuit challenging new billboard regulations

An environmental group has filed a lawsuit seeking to stop the state from implementing regulations that allow more electronic billboards along the highways and let billboard owners cut trees on public land that block their advertisements.
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Human Rights Organizations Look To Ban Kids From Tobacco Fields

Human rights organizations and some U.S. House Democrats hope to change the way kids work in tobacco fields.

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