To the delight of many environmental groups, President Obama issued a memorandum Tuesday directing federal agencies to play by the old rules of the Endangered Species Act.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson has returned from a White House conference with his fellow mayors.
On Friday Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson will travel to Washington D.C. to meet with the president about the federal stimulus package.
Congressman John Yarmuth says there’s no rush to suggest possible successors to former U.S. Attorney David Huber.
Third District Congressman John Yarmuth of Louisville says the stimulus bill that passed the House this week could bring billions of dollars to Kentucky.
On Wednesday the Iranians for Peace organization will send a letter to President Barack Obama asking him to meet with Iranian leaders. One of the people behind the letter lives in Louisville.
The Center for Interfaith Relations is hosting an inauguration party in Louisville Tuesday evening that will focus on responsibility.
In remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, the University of Louisville is sponsoring a day of public service Monday.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson says he’s pleased with the U.S. House’s $825 billion stimulus proposal.
Al Cross at the Rural Blog has a post about President-Elect Obama’s plans for improved broadband penetration. Obama mentioned the need to increase internet access in his press conference today (the one attended by Mayor Abramson).