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March 4th, 2014 by admin · 1 Comment

Snow and ice can’t damper the spirits of the Kentucky Derby Festival. The 42nd edition of the Pegasus Pins went on sale Monday morning. [WDRB]

As the bankruptcy case for Seven Counties Services heads to trial [yesterday], public agencies across Kentucky are watching to see if the court will clear an exit from the state’s troubled pension system. [C-J/AKN]

The makeup days for students in Jefferson County just keep growing. [WHAS11]

It’s official – the University of Kentucky wants to behave like the University of Louisville. University of Kentucky officials were working over the weekend to correct a glitch that resulted in 16,000 employees not being paid immediately Friday. [H-L]

This was apparently top new for all the teevee people. Because there’s definitely nothing else going on in the community or in the world. [WLKY]

How to explain the history of the “Republican alternative to Obamacare?” It seems to reside in a realm where time elongates and reality warps. [HuffPo]

A group marched down Bardstown Road on Friday to protest a billboard message telling gays and lesbians they had “options.” About 70 people attended the protest, with some calling for the sign to come down and others saying its backer had a right to free speech. [WAVE3]

A federal judge has overturned a controversial 2008 rule that environmental groups say didn’t adequately protect streams from coal mine pollution. But the rule’s intended successor has hit speed bumps in the regulatory process, and the Obama Administration has been accused of inaccurately estimating the economic impact of the rule. [WFPL]

Dearborn-based Ford Motor Co. reported a six percent decline in sales in February compared to February 2013. [Business First]

How dare the government tell insurers that they can’t deny someone coverage because of a pre-existing condition, right? Let them suffer on their own. Darwin and all that. Right? [Page One]

Officials are trying to determine how to best supervise the nearly 80 participants in the Clark County Drug Treatment Court after the court lost its certification last month. [News & Tribune]

Tags: Derby Festival · Discrimination · Ford · Health Care · Highlands · Indiana · JCPS · Mitch McConnell · State Government · University of Kentucky · Water · Weather

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  • 1 Roger // Mar 4, 2014 at 8:23 am

    A Republican alternative to a Republican plan?

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