Gov. Bevin to Ceremonially Sign Legislation to Combat Opioid Epidemic Tomorrow

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 14, 2017) – Gov. Matt Bevin will be joined by state legislators in Frankfort on Tuesday, as he ceremonially signs three recently enacted measures aimed at combatting Kentucky’s opioid epidemic.House Bill 333, sponsored by Rep. Kim Moser, prevents physicians from prescribing more than a three-day supply of opioid painkillers (with some exceptions) …

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(KY) This Week at the State Capitol

March 31, 2017 This Week at the State Capitol 2017 Legislative session draws to a close FRANKFORT -- The Kentucky General Assembly wrapped up its 2017 legislative session on Thursday night after a final swirl of meetings, debate and eleventh-hour votes. After leaving Frankfort for a nearly-two-week veto recess, members of the House and Senate …

Kentucky Hempsters | April 2017

    Springing into hemp season!   April showers mean May planting is right around the corner! We're excited to spring into year four of Kentucky hemp crops, and can't wait to show you the progress that has taken place through the hemp pilot program over the past three seasons! Last month, our state took …

BIG PHARMACY AT WORK HERE IN KENTUCKY, IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED!

Chad Wilson  VIEW VIDEO THRU THIS LINK! BIG PHARMACY AT WORK HERE IN KENTUCKY. IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED..IF YOU CARE ABOUT THIS STATE...THIS PLANT..AND IT'S FARMERS. Legislators' Hot Line: 1-800-372-7181 Legislative alert: HB 333 – Fentanyl Bill: In this bill they have buried something that will undo a lot of the good work Jamie Comer did …

(KY) This Week at the State Capitol

For Immediate Release February 17, 2017 This Week at the State Capitol February 13 – 17, 2017 FRANKFORT -- Headlines in recent days have made it clear that Kentucky’s problems with heroin, other illegal opioids and prescription drug abuse, continue to take lives and devastate communities at a shocking rate. In-state newspapers have recently reported …

Fentanyl crackdown bill clears House committee

For Immediate Release February 16, 2017 Fentanyl crackdown bill clears House committee FRANKFORT—A bill that would make it a felony to illegally sell or distribute any amount of fentanyl, carfentanil and related drugs tied to an increase in drug overdoses in Kentucky has passed the House Judiciary Committee. Trafficking in any amount of fentanyl, a …