Another Day That Feels Like A Week

A clinic with locations in Central and Eastern Kentucky improperly prescribed thousands of doses of a drug designed to help treat people addicted to opioids such as heroin and pain pills, Attorney General Andy Beshear’s office charged in a lawsuit filed Friday. [H-L]

This needs to happen in Kentucky on a statewide level. It’s a no-brainer. [HuffPo]

The FBI ordered a wiretap of a phone used by the Adidas executive who spoke to Rick Pitino on the calls at the center of the pay-for-play allegations that cost the former Louisville men’s basketball coach his job. [C-J/AKN]

The Trump administration has adopted new limits on the use of “guidance documents” that federal agencies have issued on almost every conceivable subject, an action that could have sweeping implications for the government’s ability to sue companies accused of violations. [NY Times]

This is the dumbest shit yet from Matt Bevin’s crew. Kentucky became the first state with a work requirement for Medicaid, and now it has to do something arguably more daring: Build a mobile-friendly website that works. [Richmond Register]

There are people who will tell you — and offer research as support — that there really isn’t any link between the amount of money spent on public education and student achievement. [WaPo]

The state House approved a proposed constitutional amendment which would allow the legislature to overturn regulations by the executive branch — even when the General Assembly is not in session. [Ronnie Ellis]

Refugee resettlement agencies are preparing to shutter more than 20 offices across the United States and cut back operations in more than 40 others after the State Department told them to pare their operations, according to plans seen by Reuters. [Reuters]

Possibly as soon as next month, the Barren County Health Department will begin having a syringe exchange program for intravenous drug users. [Glasgow Daily Times]

The Federal Election Commission said in December that big political ads on the social network need disclaimers. But many candidates and groups don’t seem to be paying attention. [ProPublica]

Detectives are trying to piece together why a Kentucky man fatally shot his parents and two other people before taking his own life last weekend. [Ashland Independent]

Can you imagine if Louisville had an 11-day streak without a murder? [BBC]

A Knott County school that would have closed [last] week after the Kentucky education commissioner expressed safety concerns about the building will remain open under a judge’s order. [H-L]

When neighborhoods change, it doesn’t just affect long-term residents’ housing options. It might be making them sick. This is happening like crazy in Louisville. [HuffPo]

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