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Only 24 days left in 2012 General Assembly Session28 Feb

Several bills of interest to the Catholic Conference have begun to move from one chamber to the next; others are awaiting action in the chamber in which they were introduced. Some, we think, will not receive attention this session. Updated material appears in red and bolded type. To leave a message for your legislators call […]
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Support HB 145: End the Death Penalty for Severely Mentally Ill Persons06 Feb

The Catholic Conference has repeatedly called for the replacement of the death penalty with lengthy prison terms, including life without parole, for all defendants. Until lawmakers heed this call, the Conference has supported limiting the use of the death penalty in Kentucky. In 1992 the Conference was successful in ending the use of the death […]
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Kentucky Death Penalty System Flawed07 Dec

A team of respected members of the legal community in Kentucky released a report on  Wednesday, December 7, calling for a moratorium on the use of the death penalty because of the flaws found in its administration.  The comprehensive evaluation of all death penalty cases performed by an assessment team of Kentucky legal experts describes […]

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Take Action on Educational Choice!
House Majority Floor Leader Bam Carney recently filed House Bill 205 which would create a Scholarship Tax Credit program in Kentucky. It would help ensure that students, regardless of their financial situation, have the opportunity to obtain the education they deserve at a school that best meets their needs. House Bill 205 would dramatically increase […]

Letter to Covington Catholic High School Community from Bishop Foys
On Friday, January 25, Bishop Roger Foys of Covington sent the following letter to the students and parents in the Covington Catholic High School community. Letter from Bishop Foys to Covington Catholic High SchoolDownload

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