At Least Indiana Takes Transportation Seriously

You can learn about different walks of life thanks to an exhibit on loan from the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. [WDRB]

The Kentucky General Assembly voted Tuesday night to overturn Gov. Steve Beshear’s veto of controversial legislation known as the “religious freedom” bill, which was opposed by many human and gay rights groups and leaders of some of Kentucky’s biggest cities. [H-L]

What? The bridges debacle costing the state millions more to move a park? Surely not. A portion of Louisville’s Extreme Park downtown will have to be re-built as part of the Ohio River Bridges Project. [WHAS11]

It’s a visual no parent wants to picture: a child describing what it’s like to live in a house with no power for lights, heat or cooking. For many middle-class American parents, it’s hard to imagine their family ever facing a situation like that. [NPR]

Indiana Congressman Todd Young is throwing his support behind a call to reopen the K and I bridge to foot and bike traffic. [WAVE3]

Here’s a Young Republican’s take on same-sex marriage. By far one of the most controversial issues, opinions on same-sex marriage goes well beyond party lines. [James Young]

You may see more people wearing denim in the middle of the week. It’s to show support for survivors of rape and sexual violence. The Center for Women and Families in Louisville says Wednesday is the sixth annual Denim Day event, and March and April are Sexual Assault Awareness Months in Kentucky. [WLKY]

Not exactly surprising that Indiana’s new senator has staffers who are misleading with the press and work to obfuscate on the gay marriage front. [HuffPo]

Jefferson County Public Schools must better train its principals and remove union obstructions at its lowest-performing schools — part of a host of changes the district has to make to avoid a state takeover of those schools’ turnaround efforts. [C-J/AKN]

Getting Kentucky Kingdom into top shape will cost more than first thought, but developer Ed Hart remains confident. [Business First]

Plans to locate an artists incubator and gallery in downtown Jeffersonville off Michigan Avenue cleared another hurdle Tuesday night. [News & Tribune]

Did you miss all the fun yesterday when a the only female to vote against dating violence protections in Kentucky went off the extreme deep end? [Page One Here & Here]

1 thought on “At Least Indiana Takes Transportation Seriously

  1. Maybe we could just ‘forget about it’ — on the re-location of David Arm’weak’s “X-treme Park”. Within 3 months of its completion some kind from Tennessee near killed himself resulting in a liability settlement. No one knows how much of the public’s money is spent ‘un-sprayng’ the ‘spray-paint’ art [sic]. I don’t think the City of Louisville will evaporate or even shed more than a few tears if this ‘thing’ was history.

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