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Will Kentucky’s State Senate preserve the people’s voice?

By Richard Nelson Commonwealth Policy Center The most consequential pro-life bill in my lifetime is being considered by the Kentucky State Senate. What’s fascinating about ... Read more

3 weeks ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Honoring God with your stimulus money

By SHAWN DOBBINS The federal government has passed three separate COVID relief bills to cover losses during a pandemic year. Christians will disagree on whether ... Read more

3 weeks ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Dear Abby: Cruelties of the past linger in relationship with stepmom

DEAR ABBY: For more than four decades, my stepmother, “Vera,” and I never got along. We tolerated each other for the sake of my father, ... Read more

3 weeks ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Whose account are you going to believe?

It is not enough to know that God exists as the realm of darkness also believes that God is true. If we choose to live ... Read more

3 weeks ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Dr. Roach: Natural immunity versus vaccination

DEAR DR. ROACH: I was sick for two weeks at home with the coronavirus and made a complete recovery. Why wouldn’t recovering from the virus ... Read more

3 weeks ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Legislature’s assault on open records makes it hard to celebrate Sunshine Week

How to “celebrate” Sunshine Week 2021 when all around us is darkness? This is the question the Kentucky Open Government Coalition has struggled with since ... Read more

4 weeks ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Patrick praises Jessamine County attorney

Dear Editor, Recently, I retired as executive director of the Kentucky County Attorneys Association, a position that I was privileged to hold for more than ... Read more

4 weeks ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Moreland: Flooding response proves there’s no place like home

Home always holds a special place in your heart, as do the people you grew up around and have known for most, and in some ... Read more

1 month ago by Jeff Moreland.

Skinner: Kentucky must untie hands of local officials to address our tobacco problem

Kentucky has a problem with tobacco use. We can’t deny it. Our smoking rates are among the very highest in the nation. Tobacco use kills ... Read more

1 month ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Buford provides legislative update

Another week of the 2021 Regular Session is in the books. With only have six legislative days left, robust discussion on critical issues is as ... Read more

1 month ago by The Jessamine Journal.

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