August 29, 2011 - 5:38pm
Under the terms of the proposed amendment, candidates for federal office would be banned from accepting money from "corporations, PACS or individuals" for their campaigns.
Louisville’s Congressman John Yarmuth (Dem., Ky. 3rd) was on local television Wednesday morning, and surprised his audience by announcing his plan to introduce a constitutional amendment later this year, to limit what the Supreme Court has ruled to be First Amendment rights. Appearing...
August 17, 2011 - 6:28pm
"It's just a shame and an affront to the American people that a president who proclaimed that he wanted more transparency in government has chosen to fight tooth and nail to keep his communications with lobbyists secret. This ruling is a huge victory for the American people's right to know what their government is doing behind closed doors."
Over 150 senators and congressmen signed the “Responsible Healthcare Reform Pledge,” promising: “I pledge to my constituents and to the American people that I will not vote to enact any health-care reform package that: 1) I have not read, personally, in its entirety; and, 2) Has...
August 9, 2011 - 8:00am
Citizens will take to the streets Wednesday in Louisville, Lexington, and Jeffersonville, Indiana to tell Senators Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, and Representatives John Yarmuth, Ben Chandler, Todd Young that what America needs now is jobs, not cuts.
August 2, 2011 - 1:32pm
"Make no mistake about it, what we're witnessing here is a catastrophe on multiple levels. It is, of course, a political catastrophe for Democrats..."
If the voters in Louisville ever had any question as to where their congressman stood on domestic issues, Rep. John Yarmuth (D., Ky. 3rd.) erased all doubt last night: He’s firmly ensconced in the far-left wing of the Democratic Party. The House of Representatives voted...
August 2, 2011 - 8:00am
Local news for Aug. 2, 2011
"After weeks of contentious negotiations, the U.S House of Representatives easily passed a measure to raise the country’s debt ceiling Monday and avoid the first federal government default. The vote was 269 to 161, but many Democratic slammed bill, including Congressman John Yarmuth, D-...