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And She Could Be Next follows a defiant movement of women of color as they transform politics from the ground up. Filmed during the historic 2018 midterm elections, the series features organizers and candidates (including Rashida Tlaib and Stacey Abrams) as they fight for a truly reflective government, asking whether democracy can be preserved—and made stronger—by those most marginalized. Watch now.
Bill Bryant and journalists discuss the results of the 2020 primary election, Kentucky's re-opening of its economy during the COVID-19 pandemic, and other news. Guests: Daniel Desrochers, Lexington Herald-Leader; Laura Cullen Glasscock, The Kentucky Gazette; and Morgan Watkins, Louisville Courier Journal. (Program pre-recorded on July 2, 2020)
A. H., the Minor Child of James Hatcher by and through Heidi Gallo, et al. v. Louisville Metro Government, et al.
At issue is whether the estate of a deceased inmate can recover from Metro Government or the director of Metro Corrections for violation of KRS 71.040, which requires jailers to treat inmates humanely. Oral arguments heard on July 1, 2020.
At issue is whether the Secretary of the Finance and Administration Cabinet has the authority to issue a subpoena to a former state employee, who later became an independent contractor/consultant for a contractor providing fraud detection service while investigating whether the renewal of the contracts for the services violate the Model Procurement Code. Oral arguments heard on July 1, 2020.
Millions of children and parents are desperate to know what the fall might look like in terms of school. Recently, a group of public health and pediatrics experts made the case that kids need to be in the classroom and not at home. William Brangham reports and talks to Sean O’Leary of the American Academy of Pediatrics about strategies for mitigating the risk of coronavirus spread in schools.
Renee Shaw and guests discuss the results of the 2020 primary election in Kentucky. Guests: Secretary of State Michael Adams (taped interview); former Secretaries of State Trey Grayson and Bob Babbage; and Al Cross, director of the UK Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues.
Host Renee Shaw and guests discuss police reform initiatives being debated in the U.S. following police actions in Kentucky, Minnesota, and elsewhere resulting in deaths of African Americans. Guests: Raymond Burse, general counsel for the Kentucky NAACP; Rebecca Ballard DiLoreto, legislative agent for the Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; William Hunt, police chief of the Somerset Police Department; Tracie Keesee, co-founder and senior vice president of Justice Initiatives for the Center for Policing Equity (pre-recorded interview); Jason Rothermund, former president and legislative chair of Bluegrass Lodge 4 of the Fraternal Order of Police; and Lawrence Weathers, police chief of the Lexington Police Department.