Coal industry voluntarily embraces conservation efforts in the commonwealth

Coal-fired utility plants and miners in Appalachia are taking new efforts to improve conservation outcomes in Kentucky, and they’re doing it completely voluntarily. I repeat: voluntarily, meaning without ever-present threats from the federal government. Reflecting the importance of Kentucky’s rolling hills and waterways to denizens of the commonwealth, the Appalachian Wildlife Foundation has taken steps to draft…

Bluegrass Institute’s call for charitable Christian health-care program to resume succeeds

Despite attempts by leftists like Richard Beliles (Is there even anyone else who works for the anti-freedom Common Cause in Kentucky? He’s the only name ever mentioned) and lukewarm responses by House Banking and Insurance Committee Chairman Jeff Greer, D-Brandenburg, Senate Bill 3 has passed the House Banking and Insurance Committee. It  allows a Florida-based,…

Event: Is Kentucky Competitive?

Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions and the Mercatus Center at George Mason University Citizen Economic Education Seminar Making Kentucky a More Competitive Commonwealth Friday, April 5th from 9:30 AM -2:00 PM Crowne Plaza Campbell House 1375 S Broadway Rd, Lexington, KY 40504 Why is it that Kentucky’s neighboring states seem to advance while Kentucky lags behind?…