Ky. Democratic Party, Gov. Beshear won’t back congressional nominee Geoff Young

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Young has made statements supporting the Russian invasion of Ukraine and says the Ukrainian Army is dominated by Nazis.
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The Republican is a former FBI agent and advisor to U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell.
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The Republican-led legislature is expected to override the governor's vetoes on the final two days of the legislative session.
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The measure was scaled back this week after pushback from advocates and Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s administration.
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The Old Capitol building is the third of four buildings that have housed the Kentucky legislature since 1792. Now a museum, it is operated by the Kentucky Historical Society.
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The bill includes no exemptions for complicated pregnancies or cases or rape or incest. It passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee with a vote of 8-2 and will now be considered by the full Senate.
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Both chambers proposed raises for state workers but not for teachers. Republican leaders say those decisions should be left up to local school districts.
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The sponsor of the measure said the refunds could come as soon as this summer.
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Over the last week, Republicans have advanced bills in both the House and Senate that would ban transgender girls from participating in girls sports, even though there haven’t been any complaints in Kentucky about such rare cases.
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