Matt Bevin’s Lack Of Intelligence Embarrasses Kentucky And Puts Our Children At-Risk

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Morehead State University is the first of Kentucky’s regional universities to cut its workforce in the face of impending state budget cuts and exploding pension costs, announcing voluntary buyouts that would let employees go part-time or leave the university. [Linda Blackford]

A federal grand jury empaneled by Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russians and three Russian entities on Friday, laying out evidence that foreign nationals interfered in the 2016 election and boosted the candidacy of Donald Trump. [HuffPo]

As Kentucky prepares to impose the nation’s first work requirements for Medicaid, a new study suggests the people most likely to lose their coverage are older and in poor health while those most likely to keep their insurance are younger and in better condition. [C-J/AKN]

NBC News is publishing its database of more than 200,000 tweets that Twitter has tied to “malicious activity” from Russia-linked accounts during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. [NBC News]

As Kentucky prepares to impose the nation’s first work requirements for Medicaid, a new study suggests the people most likely to lose their coverage are older and in poor health while those most likely to keep their insurance are younger and in better condition. [Richmond Register]

Yevgeny Prigozhin, the Kremlin’s favorite restaurateur, won a lucrative government contract to deliver school lunches across Moscow in 2011. Parents were soon up in arms. Their children wouldn’t eat the food, saying it smelled rotten. [WSJ]

Morehead State University is tackling some tough fiscal decisions these days in light of Kentucky’s budget cuts and an out-of-control pension crisis. [Ashland Independent]

Gabriel Parker, 15, was charged with two counts of murder and 14 counts of first-degree assault in the January shooting at a Kentucky high school, according to Marshall County Circuit Court documents released on Friday. [Reuters]

Senate President Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, told reporters Wednesday a Senate pension reform bill will not include moving new employees or teachers to mandatory, defined contribution plans or 401-K style plans. [Ronnie Ellis]

McMaster said on Saturday that it is now “incontrovertible” Russia interfered in the 2016 election. McMaster, who spoke a day after a federal grand jury indicted more than a dozen Russians in connection with the interference, was addressing an international audience at the Munich Security Conference, including several Russian officials. [NPR]

A 15-year-old male Glasgow High School student was arrested Friday morning after another student alerted school officials about a threat with photos he saw posted on social media. [Glasgow Daily Times]

Way to go, Republicans! You’re gutting the Americans with Disabilities Act. Good job. The House on Thursday passed legislation that would amend the Americans With Disabilities Act over objections from disability rights advocates and Democratic leaders, who warned that the bill would remove incentives for businesses to comply with the law. [WaPo]

Sure, you knew Matt Bevin was an intellectual lightweight. But did you know he’s so disconnected from reality that he thinks video games are to blame for the gun massacre problem in the United States? Yep, he’s that kind of stupid. [H-L]

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Emma Gonzalez refuted Donald Trump’s suggestion that her community didn’t take action to prevent a shooter from killing 17 at the school in a fiery Saturday speech. Politicians who take money from the NRA should feel ashamed, Gonzalez said, ending her address with “we call BS.” [HuffPo]

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