In the first of a two-part Kentucky Health series, we learn about an innovative public health model that addresses chronic diseases using social networks. Dr. Tuckson's guests are Daniel Zoughbie, Ph.D., founder and CEO of Microclinic International, and Eric Feigl-Ding, Ph.D., chief health economist for Microclinic International and a research epidemiologist at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Filmed on location in Pineville in Bell Co., the site of the first Microclinic in the United States.
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The Senate passes a voter ID bill and a measure to increase the legal age to purchase tobacco and vaping products. Senate committees consider school safety and abortion bills. Sen. Whitney Westerfield discusses judicial issues. Children's advocates rally at the capitol.
PBS NewsHour co-founder Jim Lehrer, a giant in journalism known for his tenacity and dedication to simply delivering the news, died Thursday at the age of 85.
A Senate committee approves a photo identification requirement for voters. UK law professor Joshua Douglas reviews photo ID measures. Lawmakers act on bills regarding child abuse, female genital mutilation, and sex offenders. Legislators mark the first Muslim Day at the capitol.
Kentucky's new Secretary of State Michael Adams says he's been an "election nerd" since childhood. Growing up in a Democratic family in what was once the Democratic stronghold of western Kentucky, the young Adams instead gravitated to the politics of Republicans, finding inspiration in President Ronald Reagan and Congressman Jack Kemp.