Today's Schedule Tuesday, October 19th
- Interim Joint Committee on Local Government10:00am EDT
- Interim Joint Committee on State Government1:00pm EDT
- Public Pension Oversight Board3:00pm EDT
- Interim Joint Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs & Public ProtectionOctober 20, 10:00am EDT
- Interim Joint Committee on Health, Welfare & Family ServicesOctober 20, 1:00pm EDT
- Interim Joint Committee on Economic Development & Workforce InvestmentOctober 21, 9:00am EDT
- Interim Joint Committee on Licensing, Occupations & Administrative RegulationsOctober 21, 11:00am EDT
- Interim Joint Committee on Tourism, Small Business & Information TechnologyOctober 21, 1:00pm EDT
Renee Shaw talks with her guests about historical horse racing. Guests include: State Sen. Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown), Senate Majority Floor Leader; State Rep. Adam Koenig, (R-Erlanger); State Sen. Morgan McGarvey (R-Louisville); State Rep. Ed Gentry (R-Louisville); Martin Cothran, spokesperson, The Family Foundation; Pam Thomas, senior fellow, Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; and others.
Bill Bryant and journalists discuss the news of the week, including a ruling in Frankfort Circuit Court that found a school choice law unconstitutional and the latest on developing political races. Guests: Ryland Barton, Kentucky Public Radio; Laura Cullen Glasscock, Kentucky Gazette; and Joe Sonka, Louisville Courier Journal.
President Aaron Thompson of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education talks about student success and a willingness to change traditional services, budget recommendations the CPE will make to state lawmakers next year, COVID-19 and higher education and the future of Kentucky State University.
Bill Bryant and journalists discuss the news of the week, including the announcement of a 5.8 billion economic investment by Ford in Hardin Co. and the latest information on COVID-19 in Kentucky. Guests: Bill Estep, Lexington Herald-Leader; Marcus Green, WDRB in Louisville; and Melissa Patrick, Kentucky Health News.
Renee Shaw talks about COVID-19 and the classroom with scheduled guests: Commissioner Jason Glass, Kentucky Department of Education; State Rep. Steven Riley, a Republican from Glasgow and vice-chair of the House Education Committee; Eric Kennedy, director of advocacy of the Kentucky School Boards Association; State Rep. Tina Bojanowski, a Louisville Democrat and member of the House Education...