President Joe Biden has set a date of May 11 for the COVID-19 emergency declaration to end, something which has lasted for almost three years now. Most of the impact of the COVID-19 emergency ending has already been felt in Kentucky, that’s according to Dr. Steven Stack, Kentucky’s public health commissioner.
We are still waiting on a decision from the Kentucky Supreme Court regarding abortion rights in the Commonwealth. In June 2022, a historic decision was made to overturn Roe v. Wade, leaving things in the hands of the states.
The winning numbers were just drawn for the $1.1 billion-dollar jackpot.But playing the lottery in Kentucky doesn’t just give you a shot at the riches; it also benefits Kentucky students and scholarships.