The Senate passed Senate Bill 5, a measure that would fund programs and projects aimed at attracting private investments to Kentucky.
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The General Assembly kicked off the 2021 extraordinary session by extending many of the COVID-19 executive orders issued by Gov. Andy Beshear.
The special session is necessitated by the state Supreme Court’s ruling that the Franklin Circuit Court was wrong to issue an injunction ...
A bipartisan group of legislators continues to craft recommendations for improving Kentucky’s troubled unemployment insurance program.
Kentucky teachers’ retirement investments posted record gains for the recently concluded fiscal year 29.94% for the Retirement Annuity...
The judicial seat will become vacant when Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Joy A. Kramer retires on Sept. 1.
Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary July 2021 unemployment rate was 4.4%, according to the Kentucky Center for Statistic.
Employers across the state benefit from BSSC’s Grant-in-Aid (GIA) and Skills Training Investment Credit (STIC) programs.