The decision was stayed pending appeal, as in several other states.
Gov. Beshear jabbed Kentucky’s Republican senators over state healthcare exchange.
The Republican leader has come under attack for his wealth in his reelection fight.
The EPA's carbon rule has Senate candidates scrambling to find distance from the White House.
If Kentuckians like their exchange, can they keep it — even if ObamaCare is repealed?
A campaign spokesman said Kentucky should decide whether it wants the marketplace.
Senate GOP leaders on Tuesday called for a vote to kill ObamaCare’s tax on medical devices.
The Lexington Herald-Leader offers little praise of the Senate minority leader.
Mitch McConnell may have neutered the Senate Conservatives Fund.
Strategists say it’s a sign of growing divide between party leaders, conservative voters.
Sen. Mitch McConnell had criticized her for not taking a position on the project.
A majority of voters in Kentucky, however, do approve of the job Sen. Rand Paul is doing.
The minority leader says the only thing that can stop Obama is a GOP Senate.
A Kentucky law would bar the senator from seeking both reelection and the White House.
Both chambers seem to be competing for a dubious prize as the midterm elections approach.
Paul said he was for repealing "all of ObamaCare," but was unsure what happens to Kynect.
The Herald-Leader took McConnell to task for arguing Kynect isn't connected to ObamaCare.
McConnell was reportedly asked how repeal would affect people on the state exchange.
A plurality supported "Kynect," the state exchange, even while most respondents opposed ObamaCare.
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