Kentucky

Now Even Republicans Are Being Accused of Waging a War on Coal
August 18, 2014

The upside-down politics of Kentucky's Senate race.

GRAPH: Obamacare's Impact on the Uninsured, State by State
Where officials wanted it to work, it did
August 05, 2014

These two graphs will help you answer that question. 

Did Mitch McConnell Hit Rand Paul With the Nerdiest Attack in Political History?
August 04, 2014

McConnell called Paul "the most credible candidate for president ... since Henry Clay." Ouch!

Will Voters Make Mitch McConnell Pay for His About-Face on Medicare?
July 15, 2014

Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes has the Senate minority leader changing his tune. 

This Is the Most Absurd Climate-Change Denial Yet
A Kentucky lawmaker claims Mars disproves global warming on Earth
July 09, 2014

This may be the most absurd climate change denial, ever. 

Ignore the Pundits: "Coal Country" Doesn't Decide Elections Like It Used To
June 03, 2014

The coal industry is in decline, and so is its voting power.

McConnell's Obamacare Policy—Repeal It, Then Immediately Reinstate the Whole Damn Thing
May 30, 2014

As a general matter McConnell's Obamacare policy amounts to arguing that the law should be repealed, and then reinstated in full at the state level. But that's a total fantasy.

Mitch McConnell Wants to Kick the Vast Majority Of New Medicaid Beneficiaries Off of Medicaid
May 29, 2014

Don't believe the hype about his soft new stance. His actual position—kick hundreds of thousands of people off Medicaid—is politically toxic.

Mitch McConnell Is Playing Voters for Fools With His Big Obamacare Lie
Will his Democratic opponent have the courage to call him out?
May 28, 2014

Democratic candidate Alison Grimes should make clear that repealing Obamacare will destroy Kentucky's health-care exchange.

Mitch McConnell's Dangerous, Deceptive Retreat from Obamacare Repeal
May 28, 2014

McConnell is banking on the likelihood that most Kentuckians won't realize Kynect-sans-PPACA would be basically superfluous—exploiting confusion over which aspects of the Kynect experience are within Kentucky's power to maintain.

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