Aaaaand We’ve Already Forgotten What Happened In Benton Because People Only Have A Facebook Attention Span

Kentucky is among 21 states, along with the District of Columbia and several public interest groups that filed the first major lawsuits Tuesday to block the repeal of the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules, marking the start of a high-stakes legal battle over the future of the Internet. [H-L]

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was questioned last week by the special counsel’s office investigating potential collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. [HuffPo]

$170,000 wasted in Louisville in an attempt to lure an Amazon facility. [C-J/AKN]

Yes, the shutdown could be forgotten in a flash. Because everything is beyond crazy. [NY Times]

Franklin Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit by labor groups challenging the constitutionality of Kentucky’s right-to-work law, passed in the opening days of the 2017 General Assembly. [Ronnie Ellis]

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has detained or deported several prominent immigrant activists across the country, prompting accusations from advocates that the Trump administration is improperly targeting political opponents. [WaPo]

The Department for Public Health, within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS), now describes influenza activity in Kentucky as an epidemic. [The Morehead News]

Dozens of Puerto Rican families displaced by Hurricane Maria and currently living in Connecticut hotels have been told they will no longer get federal assistance to pay for their lodgings, just days after being promised an extension to their temporary housing assistance. [BuzzFeed]

Western Kentucky University President Timothy C. Caboni discussed Matt Bevin’s recently proposed budget in a letter to WKU faculty and staff that he posted via Twitter on Monday. [Glasgow Daily Times]

At least the Canadian press is paying attention. Donald Trump has allowed Kentucky to become the first state to impose work requirements as a condition of receiving Medicaid. Medicaid recipients are terrified. [Toronto Star]

Matt Bevin’s proposed budget would eliminate state funding for the Kentucky Folk Art Center at Morehead State University. [Ashland Independent]

A 15-year-old girl died at the scene at Marshall County High School in the town of Benton and a 15-year-old boy died in hospital, said Kentucky’s governor. [BBC]

Animals are in overcrowded county shelters that don’t have enough money to operate because the state has failed to enforce a 2004 law, according to a new lawsuit filed against Gov. Matt Bevin and Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles. Aside from Newtz, the plaintiffs who brought the complaint include Angelika Kasey and Christina Tobin of Louisville, and Julia Sharp on behalf of TLC Rescue, a nonprofit corporation that rescues animals in Rowan, Bath, Fleming and Carter counties. [H-L]

CIA Director Mike Pompeo has been interviewed in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Donald Trump’s campaign’s ties to Russia. [HuffPo]

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