Resources & Publications

E.g., 07/2017
E.g., 07/2017

Talking Points on Governor Bevin's Harmful Medicaid Waiver Proposal

Kentucky Voices for Health has produced this fact sheet and set of talking points about Governor Matt Bevin's harmful Medicaid Waiver proposal. The public comment period is open through midnight on August 2. Written comments can be submitted to  kyhealth@ky.gov. Two public hearings will be held on Friday, July 14, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

State of the Commonwealth Bingo

Keep yourself entertained with a game of BINGO while you watch Governor Matt Bevin's State of the Commonwealth and budget address on January 26.

Vote Sign 2016

2016 Register to Vote sign

How to Table for KFTC

This is a guide on tabling for KFTC written by Madison County chapter member Jonah Cabiles.

Membership Train the Trainers: Asking people to join KFTC

This workshop helps build understanding about why we organize, and why making a contribution is a an important piece of building our power. It was developed by the CKY chapter in the summer of 2015.

URLTA Bill Handout

Kentuckians know the value of home. The Uniform Landlord Tenant Act (URLTA) is an act that clarifies and codifies the legal duties of landlords and tenants entering into residential lease agreements. Kentucky state law allows cities and counties to adopt it as law, and several communities have: Lexington, Louisville, Somerset, and several communities in Northern Kentucky, for example.

Coal ash call-in day script Nov 2014

Sample phone script for the National Call-In Day to the White House asking for the strongest possible coal ash disposal standards.

KFTC Overview of EPA Climate Proposal - July 2014

KFTC developed this overview of the EPA's proposed carbon emissions standards for existing power plants, released in June 2014. It is intended to help KFTC members understand and talk about the issues surrounding climate change and this EPA proposal.

Odor Complaint Packet for Rubbertown residents

The Odor Response Team Project (ORT) was put together in an effort to document odors and to use the documentation to reduce our exposure to toxic chemicals associated with Rubbertown chemical facilities.

For many years, REACT (Rubbertown Emergency ACTion) has received numerous calls from people living and working in the Villages of Park DuValle among other neighborhoods. From complaints of odors to beliefs that illness was directly related to Rubbertown, people have called wanting answers. When Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC) offered to help support the work of REACT, it seemed the perfect time to implement the idea of Odor Response Teams.

April and Teddi shouldn't have to wait flyers

These flyers tell the stories of two former felons who would be impacted by a proposed change to our voting rights amendment that would add a five to ten year waiting period before automatic restoration of voting rights.

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