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Webinar: Cultural sharing aims to help shape Kentucky

In this moment there is a lot that divides us – especially as the COVID-19 keeps many of us physically apart. With that in mind, it makes coming together all the more important. It's a chance to talk about what unites us, celebrating the diversity of culture that makes Kentucky such a wonderful place to call home, and to be together – even though many of us still can't visit each other.

Tackling the A-Z Impacts of Plastics

Members of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth have built connections with allies across the Ohio River valley over the past few years around the fight to protect ORSANCO's regulatory mission.

Cumberland Chapter Meeting

Everyone is welcome to the upcoming meeting of the Cumberland KFTC chapter. We meet on the second Sunday of every month from 2 to 4 pm. This month our meeting will be in Corbin at You and Me Coffee and Tea on Main Street. Our agenda will include a fun and engaging workshop about door-to-door canvassing to register and engage voters.

Reflections from the first Empower Kentucky Leadership Network retreat

To be in a room filled with so much talent and passion. Openness to have difficult conversations, and brilliance in finding solutions to heavy issues.

Consumers hurt by loss of weatherization program options

The energy industry experiences constant fluctuations in demand, technology and structure. In the past three years, electricity has remained inexpensive in our state. Even with access to inexpensive electricity, high energy bills remain a burden to Kentuckians due to addressable inefficiencies in an economy that doesn’t allow people to thrive.  

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