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Introducing the Louisville Six: Progressive, new lawmakers join the fight

The Louisville Six don’t seem bothered that the Republicans will have a clear advantage this year. In a series of answers to LEO questions, they talked optimistically about the coming session, with plans to work with their peers on legislation ranging from commonsense gun reform to the creation of additional sources of revenue for the state. Medical marijuana, anyone? They shared their thoughts on working with conservative lawmakers and representing Louisville fairly. They vowed to concentrate on what their constituents want, not their chances of success.”      



Guest Commentary
Marc Murphy

‘An attack on the rule of law itself’

I was asked to share my remarks from the wonderful Jefferson District Court Investiture ceremony...
Editor’s Note
Aaron Yarmuth

High Time for Medical Pot

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The Unfucking of the Midwest
Dan Canon

Three ways you can help save abortion rights

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Two Brits in the Lou
Pip Pullen

Keep Bevin in office, Mitch’s good work… ?

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