Congressman John Yarmuth of Louisville will meet with U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and Representative Baron Hill of Indiana Monday in Jeffersonville.
Hausman says while he opposes some of President Obama’s programs, this plan would work with the president’s proposals to help small business.
Citing economic, family and career concerns, conservative activist Marilyn Parker has withdrawn from the race for Kentucky’s 3rd Congressional Seat.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear Friday announced the sale of one hundred million dollars in bonds for the Ohio River Bridges Project.
A crowded field of Republicans could be vying for a chance to take on Democrat John Yarmuth for the Third District congressional seat.
The YouthBuild job training program in Louisville will receive 100 thousand dollars from the federal stimulus package.
Louisville has been awarded a 250 thousand dollar federal stimulus grant to help increase enrollment in the Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance Program.
The House of Representatives will begin debating health care overhaul legislation this week.
Congressman John Yarmuth led a sometimes contentious discussion on healthcare in a town hall meeting at Central High SchoolWednesday. The meeting was Yarmuth’s first and only in-person town hall of the congressional recess.
Congressman John Yarmuth says Democrats may not need a filibuster-proof 60 vote majority to pass health care overhaul legislation through the Senate.