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HB 64 – Helping Former Felons Return to the Community26 Jan

UPDATE: 1/29 – House Judiciary members discussed HB 64 for nearly two hours on Wednesday before taking a vote. Thirteen members supported an amended version of the bill and sent it to the full House with a recommendation that the bill should pass. The amendments, however, drew heavy opposition from some members who had supported […]
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Conference Supports Automatic Restoration of Voting Rights to Former Felons21 Jan

Kentucky is one of only 4 states that takes away the right to vote from persons convicted of a felony. This is a bar that can only be removed after making application to the Governor. Because each governor differs in how willing he or she is to restore this right, the practice is open to […]

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Reopening Schools Safely – Bishops’ Letter to Governor Beshear
On August 12, the bishops of Kentucky sent the following letter to Governor Beshear to share with him the current plans for reopening Catholic schools for the new academic year. For more details about individual schools, please look for communication from your local diocese and school. A PDF version of the letter may be found […]

Nancy’s Story
I am raising my great grandson Danny.  He is 12 years old.  Danny came to live with me at 9 months old after falling from a three story building.  Danny had at least 8 brain surgeries to treat his injuries.              After several crazy and scary years, it was time for Danny to start school. I […]

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