State lawmakers have big hopes heading into the 2016 for legislation regarding education, right to work, tort reform, the minimum wage, and a host of other policy goals. But all of those debates will pale in comparison to the primary challenge facing the next General Assembly. Money.
Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses his new book, We Cannot Be Silent.
The Kentucky Youth Advocates just released their latest Kids Count report. Terry Brooks, the organization's executive director, talked with Bill Goodman about some of the headlines from the 25th edition of the annual survey of child welfare in all 120 Kentucky counties.
Bill and four legislators discuss the upcoming negotiations over state budget priorities. Guests: State Sen. Christian McDaniel, R-Taylor Mill; State Rep. Tanya Pullin, D-South Shore; State Rep. Steven Rudy, R-Paducah; and State Sen. Robin Webb, D-Grayson.
One to One with Bill Goodman
Bill sits down with Kentucky Governor-elect Matt Bevin to discuss his transition from running for governor to governing, including appointments and priorities in his first days in office.
Washington Week with Gwen Ifill
Jeanne Cummings of The Wall Street Journal, Angie Holan of PolitiFact, David Sanger of The New York Times, and Reid Wilson of Morning Consult discuss the Paris terror attacks, the growing divide among the GOP presidential hopefuls, and Hillary Clinton’s increasing lead.
Miranda Combs of WKYT-TV in Lexington, Tom Loftus of The Courier-Journal, and Kevin Wheatley of cn|2 discuss Gov.-elect Matt Bevin's first political appointments and his campaign loans, and Gov. Steve Beshear's call to keep Kynect and Medicaid expansion.
Renee's guest is Ari Berman, a contributing writer for The Nation magazine and an Investigative Journalism fellow at The Nation Institute. He has written extensively about American politics, civil rights and the intersection of money and politics. The title of his new book is Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America.