At issue is whether state law tort claims concerning Class III investigational medical devices are preempted by federal law. Oral arguments heard on Sept. 18, 2020.
Today's Schedule Sunday, September 20th
There is no legislative coverage scheduled for today.
There is no legislative coverage scheduled for the immediate future.
At issue is whether a prison may fail to provide appropriate medication to an inmate which it has classified as having a “serious mental illness” and then charge them with offenses or punish them for behavior arguably related to the failure to properly medicate them for their “serious mental illness.” Oral arguments heard on Sept. 18, 2020.
PBS NewsHour looks back on the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at her home in Washington at age 87 from pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg, appointed to the highest court in 1993, long stood for women’s rights issues and became the court’s second female justice.
Bill Bryant and journalists discuss the week's news, including a settlement by the city of Louisville in the civil suit brought by the family of Breonna Taylor and political news as the general election campaigns pick up. Guests: Ryland Barton of Kentucky Public Radio; Tessa Duvall and Deborah Yetter from the Louisville Courier-Journal; and Janet Patton from the Lexington Herald-Leader.
At issue is a governor’s authority to issue orders pursuant to KRS Chapter 39A. Oral arguments heard on Sept. 17, 2020.
At issue is whether due process requires expert assistance be provided to indigent parties in dependency, neglect, and abuse cases. Oral arguments heard on Sept. 16, 2020.
Host Renee Shaw and guests discuss remote learning in Kentucky's education system during the 2020-21 school year while COVID-19 reduces in-person student attendance. Guests include: Jason Glass, Ed.D., commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Education; Marty Pollio, Ed.D., superintendent of the Jefferson County Public Schools; and Eddie Campbell, president of the Kentucky Education Association.
For the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Renee Shaw speaks with Marsha Weinstein, president of the National Collaborative for Women's History Sites, about efforts to commemorate the work of suffragists in Kentucky and across the nation.
Bill Bryant and a panel of journalists discuss the week's news from the commonwealth, including an address by Gov. Andy Beshear to Kentuckians about a COVID-19 milestone and the latest on the Breonna Taylor police shooting in Louisville. Guests: John Cheves, Lexington Herald-Leader; Darcy Costello, Louisville Courier Journal; and Lawrence Smith, WDRB in Louisville.