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KY Water Assistance Program Runs through 2023

Jan 25, 2022
Kentucky households can still apply for assistance to help pay their water bills. Additional federal aid through the American Rescue Plan Act provided the state $18 million to pay water companies directly to cover delinquent bills, past-due charges, and fees and taxes for drinking and wastewater services. The program is slated to run through September of next year. ...(Read More)

Deadline to Sign Up for Kynect Health Coverage Extended to Jan. 31

Jan 18, 2022
High volumes and tech glitches have led to an extended deadline for Kentuckians to secure health coverage on the state's marketplace, 'kynect.gov.' Kentucky Voices for Health's Outreach Coordinator Priscilla Easterling explained residents have until January 31 to compare state-managed health-care options, apply for coverage and complete the enrollment process all on one platform. "Four out of every five Kentuckians could get a plan for $10 or less," said Easterling. "And that's primarily because of these increased subsidies." She added that anyone considering coverage can reach out to their local "kynector" through the online portal or by calling 1-855-459-6328 to get help finding a plan. "...(Read More)

Education Focus of Governor’s 2022 Budget Address

Jan 14, 2022
Acknowledging the pandemic's toll on Kentucky students, teachers and families, Gov. Andy Beshear announced last night a state budget which would make the largest single investment on record in pre-K through high school education. The governor said he is dedicating $11 million annually for statewide learning focusing on literacy and math, and a 12.5% increase in per-pupil funding. ...(Read More)

Filing Deadline, Redistricting, Tornado Relief Dominate New Legislative Session

Jan 13, 2022
The legislative session has just begun, but lawmakers already have greenlighted redistricting maps and moved the filing deadline for candidates in the 2022 primary election from January 7 to January 25. Republican lawmakers' new maps redraw geographical boundaries for Kentucky's U.S. Congressional seats, and state Senate and House seats. ...(Read More)

Gov. Beshear Touts Economic Gains, Community Resiliency in State of State

Jan 06, 2022
Gov. Andy Beshear spoke before a joint session of the Kentucky House and Senate last night, in his third Commonwealth address. After a year of historic flooding, tornadoes and other natural disasters, on top of the pandemic, the governor said his budget -- which he will reveal next week -- is focused on bolstering communities. ...(Read More)

Instan a padres de KY planificar vacuna COVID para sus hijos

Jan 05, 2022
Esta semana, la Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos ha autorizado la vacuna Pfizer de refuerzo para niños de 12 a 15 años, así como una tercera vacuna para los niños más pequeños que están inmunodeprimidos y es posible que no respondan completamente a dos inyecciones. Los expertos están animando a los padres de Kentucky a que consulten a su pediatra o médico de familia y creen un "plan de acción" para las vacunas COVID de sus hijos. Ben Chandler, de la Fundación para un Kentucky Saludable, explica que, para los niños con determinadas afecciones, los beneficios de protección que ofrece la vacuna superan con creces los posibles efectos secundarios. ...(Read More)

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