House to Consider Amanda's Bill Today

From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh The Kentucky House today is poised to act on Amanda’s Bill, which requires electronic monitoring of some individuals accused of domestic violence. House Speaker Greg Stumbo, the bill’s sponsor, is anxious to move the measure to the Senate. “We’re gonna add a couple of floor amendments to it that […]

Henry Enters Plea To Election Finance Charges

From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh Former Kentucky Lt. Gov. Steve Henry admits violating state election-finance laws, but he won’t be going to jail. Standing before Franklin Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate, Steve Henry admitted his failed 2007 campaign for governor violated several campaign finance laws, but not knowingly. The 56 year old Henry was fined […]

Registry Issues Decisions In Henry, King Cases

Decisions were rendered today by the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance in two high-profile cases. Former Lt. Governor Steve Henry has agreed to pay a $10,000 fine and to end fundraising to repay loans made to his 2007 gubernatorial campaign to settle charges brought by the registry. The Courier-Journal reports that the settlement clears the […]