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General Assembly Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children Wrap-Up Part I: The Objective Version

Tomorrow Terry Brooks, our executive director, will talk on our blog about how kids fared in Kentucky’s General Assembly this year. While I assume everyone will want to read that version, I wanted to provide a slightly more boring, but objective version of what happened in 2013 for kids in our legislature. Kentucky Youth Advocates is part of the Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children which is a collaborative of multiple child serving partners from across Kentucky [...]

You can Play an Active Role in Government

Before coming to Kentucky Youth Advocates as an intern, I didn't involve myself in politics other than to vote. I thought voting was the primary way I could have my voice heard in Frankfort and the rest was up to the elected officials. I imagined walls built around the Capitol as if it were a fortress, only penetrable by those who were paid to be there. For the last 5 months, I have seen each and every [...]

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