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  • Lyle Roelofs/ Guest Op-Ed

Congress passed the Bipartisan Budget Bill last week that President Trump signed into law. That bill includes a provision that restores language Senator Mitch McConnell had originally proposed for inclusion in last December’s Tax Reform and Jobs Act to exempt schools with fewer than 500 tuition-paying students from the endowment income excise tax. 

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Dr. Mahmood Ahmad?Practice:?United Pain Care in Arkansas, Alaska, Australia, United Arab Emirates (Dubai)?Specialties: anesthesiology and pain managementOpioid prescriptions paid by Medicare 2013-2015: 15,083Costs to Medicare: $8.3 millionDiscipline: medical license revoked in Alaska and Arkansas

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(CNN) - Bill Gates believes the government needs more resources to address public issues such as poverty, health care and education and that he and other members of the ultra rich need to be taxed more to fund such action.

  • By Erin Cox Editor

CORBIN — Shane Romines with Copeland & Romines Law Office took to Facebook Friday morning to announce an offering of $25,000 to Corbin Independent Schools for the school district to purchase metal detectors and protective equipment for the school staff for each of its schools.

  • State Rep. Jim Gooch/ Guest Op-Ed

As chairman of the Kentucky House of Representatives Energy and Natural Resources Committee for more than 19 years, I have seen both the highs and lows of energy policy in Kentucky. I chaired the committee when coal production was at its all-time peak in Kentucky, and I fought the federal government as it tried to take down one of Kentucky’s signature industries. Electricity rates in Kentucky have increased by 30 to 40 percent over the past decade. Many of the factors driving those cost increases were outside the control of the General Assembly. At every turn, I have kept as my core principle what is best for affordable energy for Kentuckians. I firmly believe that low-income Kentuckian’s should not pay any more on their electric bills if it can be avoided.