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Government Advocacy & Economic Development

Biden Administration Requests Regulatory Rule Freeze

On January 20, 2021, President Joseph Biden was sworn into office, marking the start of the Biden administration. President Biden has wasted no time in implementing his agenda, signing 17...

State Waives KY Liquor License Fees; Localities May Still Charge

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, recognizing the continued strain of the COVID 19 pandemic on Kentucky’s food and beverage industry, recently waived license renewal fees for fourteen types of liquor licenses...

Raising Money With Charitable Gaming and Booze

As the year comes to an end, nonprofit organizations might consider hosting in person COVID-19 friendly or virtual events to boost year end raising. Many organizations will look to charitable...

Mitchel Denham Appointed to Airport Authority Board

Mitchel Denham was recently appointed by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear to the Board of the Louisville Regional Airport Authority for a four-year term through July 2024. He replaces William Byrley,...

Ohio’s Plan For Reopening Announced

May 1:  All medical procedures that do not require an overnight hospital stay will be allowed to move forward.  Procedures that are life threatening, prevent the spread of cancer, have...

Governor Outlines Phased Approach To Reopening

Last week, Governor Andy Beshear announced his “Healthy at Work” initiative to reopen Kentucky’s economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Healthy at Work is a phased approach based on criteria set...

Healthy Voters, Healthy Democracy: Mail-In Voting During COVID-19

States have difficult choices to make this year regarding the administration of elections while fighting COVID-19 that require a delicate balance.  On one hand is the right to vote, which...

Church Plans To File Lawsuit Against State

It’s a showdown between church and state, with the coronavirus and the U.S. Constitution at the center of it all. A Kentucky church whose members defied Gov. Andy Beshear’s executive...

Some KY Churches Still Defying Order Against In-Person Gathering

Governor Andy Beshear warned Wednesday that pastors who plan to defy his order against holding in-person services on Easter Sunday will be shut down by police.

Ohio Makes Significant Amendments To Rules Of Civil Procedure

Recent amendments to the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure will affect the timeline of court proceedings throughout the state.  Notably, Ohio now has uniform motion deadlines to streamline processes.  The...
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